EGR Valve by GB Remanufacturing®. The EGR Valve is an essential part of the system that routes a specific amount of exhaust back to the intake system to reduce NOx emissions. This component is constructed to deliver OE-quality emissions control performance, exact fit, and long-lasting durability.
- Meets or exceeds OE specs
- New and remanufactured part available
- Designed for reliable and lasting operation
- Ensures a precise fit
- Manufactured from quality materials to provide maximum durability
When fuels are burned at high temperatures, NOx (nitrogen oxide) emissions are produced. To reduce these harmful emissions, Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) system is used, which directs exhaust to the intake system where it is drawn back into the combustion chamber. Routing a portion of exhaust into the intake system reduces the temperature in the combustion chamber, decreasing the amount of nitrogen oxides created. The EGR valve regulates the flow by opening to allow exhaust into the inlet manifold and closing when it is not necessary.
Over time the valve can become clogged, stuck open, or stuck closed, and fail to operate properly. A faulty EGR valve could result in a failed emissions test and affect drivability, causing symptoms such as rough idling, hesitation, etc. If you need an EGR valve to replace a malfunctioning component, GB Remanufacturing will provide you with a quality part. You are welcome to choose from either a new or remanufactured EGR valve, both meeting OEM specifications and ensuring reliable operation.
Established in 1986 with headquarters in California, GB Remanufacturing® provides rebuilt OEM fuel injectors for both gasoline and diesel applications, injector components, and diesel electronics to the automotive aftermarket. GB is also a trusted supplier of new fuel delivery parts. Since it was founded as a small family owned company by Mike Kitching and his father, William, GB has steadily grown to become a worldwide supplier of fuel system parts and the largest remanufacturer of fuel injectors in the USA. When GB remanufactures a product, it carefully analyzes all of the failure modes and makes upgrades to prevent future failure of the part whenever possible. It utilizes state of the art specialized equipment, including proprietary tools, to ensure that its customers receive the most reliable product possible.