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post #1 of 2 Old 11-28-2011, 04:21 PM Thread Starter
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Question DPF SENSORS/ Cruise Control

Here is the question to the masses. Where are the sensors located on the DPF ? My next question are these sensors suppose to read normally open or normally closed. The reasoning behind this is I want a DPF but I don't want a programmer. The truck has the power just stumbles with all the cleaning exhaust filter. Is is possible to delete the DPF and short the sensors so the brain sees what is should?

Next up is the cruise control has stopped working. Any thoughts on this one?
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Only way to do it is with a tuner that reprograms the PCM to turn off the regen function. This question has been asked allot with no result other then having to get a tuner.

If all you want to do is turn off the regen function, the lowest priced tuner that does this is the DPF-R+, under $500 just for the tuner.

Don't know what to tell you about the cruise control.


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