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Removing truck bed for ICP sensor

I was just wondering if it would easier to remove the truck bed to change the ICP sensor and y-pipe? Also while I have the y-pipe off should I do the egr delate?

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removing the bed isnt going to do anything, the icp and y pipe are infront of the cab between the firewall and the back of the motor. best bet is from underneath or from under the hood.

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