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This topic is all over the place on deleting, replacing etc. I am going to ask just in case I am not fully informed. I pulled the egr off the 89 Camry and cleaned it up. I also pulled vacuum on the egr valve itself and it does not hold vacuum. Is there any repair option for a bad egr diaphragm? It seems the new part is very pricey which leads me down the path of blocking it off. Do I leave all the vacuum lines as is coming from the vacuum modulator, coolant lines and such, just make block off plates? This project started due to chronic code 71. Thanks for all the help!