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Aloha guys!

I'm not sure if this is the right place to post so if this is the wrong place, sorry......

Anyway, recently I done the TC upgrade along with 1-2 and 2-3 accum. upgrade. As I finished the project and went out to test drive, Service Engine light came on. When I check the code, it throw me code 327. Just waht is this code? :confused: As you can see, I have '94 3.8 T-bird.

I have a chilton service manual but it doesn't have my year T-bird code list. But if I look at the 91-92 3.8, it said PFE circuit below minimum voltage. What is PFE? :confused:

As always, thanks for all your help.

Toshi
 

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327 - EGR valve position circuit below minimum voltage

Your EGR sensor may be bad. It's a little cube box on a bracket attached to a saucer like thing (EGR valve) right behind the throttle body.

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Thanks for the help! :bowdown:

I did replace the sensor and walah!! The code is gone.

Thanks!! :znanner:
 
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