1995 GT 5.0 throwing code 332 with EGR delete

BlackonBlack95

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Anyone have any ideas on how to fix this? I recently bought this car used and the previous owner had an EGR delete done. When the vehicle is running, the check engine light comes on and shows code 332 for insufficient flow. I have been told that a tune is the way to get rid of it, but I am asking if there are any alternatives to this that I can do myself. Thanks!
 
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revhead347

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Is there any particular reason the EGR was deleted, other than the previous owner thought it would be a good idea? The EGR doesn't hurt performance despite what someone might think. You can put an EGR valve back in, get a chip installed that deletes the EGR function, buy an EGR delete plug on ebay, or go really cheap.

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