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Parts Needed for EGR Service

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I apologize for yet another EGR valve question, but I want to make sure I get everything I need to avoid headaches.

I have a 2015 model with 106,000 miles. This morning, I experienced the dreaded rattling for about 10 seconds when I started the car. I want to order the parts needed for my mechanic to replace the EGR system, but I'm not entirely sure which exact parts I need. I see an EGR valve part as well as an EGR cooler. Do I need both? Also, there is a vast array of pricing on these parts. Is it necessary to get the OEM parts?

Thanks so much for any help provided and I apologize for any redundant questions. I searched and couldn't find exactly what I needed.
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Here’s what you need in the red circle for the complete EGR assembly. Don’t need the bolts unless your mechanic loose them.
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You should be good with cleaning EGR pipe. For the EGR cooler is really hard to clean the inside because you can not see through it. I soaking the EGR cooler over night with chemicals in boiling water if you’re on a budget. If you order the EGR valve, it will not come with gasket or nuts. What you see in the parts diagram is what you will receive. Gaskets are fairly cheap so I would recommend replacing them as well.
You should replace the pcv valve as well still the intake manifold is out.
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