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Old 03-19-2013, 11:48 AM
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exhaust pressure sensor circuit A?

I have a 2004 f350 crew cab dually diesel. Today i was on my way to work when the moron lightcame on. So i pulled the code and it said " exhaust pressure sensor A circuit. Over the summer i had driver side exhaust manifold replace along with the exhaust presure sensor and the multiple tube fittings replace. Is this the same thing as from over the summeror is it somthing new? The build date of the truck was in 03 of november if that helps. Truck is bone stock. Would it be a good idea to get some of the moron gauges to? Im not that mechanically inclined but ill do my best to help. Any ideas would be appreciated.
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