Note: After the EGR Eliminator is installed, when checking computer codes it is normal to receive a code 33 / 332. Although this code exists, it will not trigger the CEL unless other codes are also present.
isconnect your stock EGR valve and breathe life into your motor, while keeping your check engine light off, but active for future problems! This is an EGR valve simulator, which plugs into the stock EGR wiring harness providing the ECU with a closed status; thus keeping the annoying CHECK ENGINE light off and available for other problem codes. Factory locking connector design plugs directly into the stock wiring harness.
Warning: This device is intended for off-road / race track use only and federal law prohibits removal or disabling any emission control device on any emission applicable vehicle.
1. Disconnect wiring harness from EGR valve sensor and assure that connector is clean and not corroded.
Dielectric grease inside the connector is normal and should not be removed.
2. Firmly insert the EGR Eliminator into the wiring harness until locking tab locks to assure a good connection. Using electrical tape or a zip tie, secure the EGR Eliminator and wiring harness to a solid object, such as a nearby wiring harness to prevent the EGR Eliminator from bouncing and creating a bad connection in the future.
3. Start the vehicle and check to assure the CEL (Check Engine Light) is not illuminated. If the EGR Eliminator has a bad connection or has not been properly installed, the CEL light should immediately illuminate upon start-up and remain on.
This is NOT an EGR defeat device, this device does not disable the EGR functions. It is connected to the wiring harness to keep the check engine light off, yet remain functional for other check engine light problems in off-road /race track applications, where EGR is not applicable. The purchaser (end user) bears full responsibility for any decisions made upon the end use of this item and all consequential liabilities thereof.