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Old 07-27-2009, 12:01 PM
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What sensors are the hardest to get out of stock DPF & CAT pipe. I'am going to be getting my tuner & delete pipe later this week. I would like part numbers if you have them please. Thanx in advance...I may just get some new ones & leave the old ones in stock pipe....
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What sensors are the hardest to get out of stock DPF & CAT pipe. I'am going to be getting my tuner & delete pipe later this week. I would like part numbers if you have them please. Thanx in advance...I may just get some new ones & leave the old ones in stock pipe....
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Getting new ones would def be easier. I guess it just depends on how much they cost.
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Old 07-29-2009, 01:17 PM
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Which one is the hardest sensor to get out. I have the part number as 12B591 is this the rite one...
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Just depends. The pressure sensor can be really hard to get out, but so can the temp sesnors
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Gr8 now i'am getting gun shy. I don't want to damage any of the sensors when i remove them. Thats why i want to get some replacements just in case i have an UH-OH. Are all the sensors the same part numbers??????
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What sensors are the hardest to get out of stock DPF & CAT pipe. I'am going to be getting my tuner & delete pipe later this week. I would like part numbers if you have them please. Thanx in advance...I may just get some new ones & leave the old ones in stock pipe....
8c3z-12B591-ca
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Gr8 now i'am getting gun shy. I don't want to damage any of the sensors when i remove them. Thats why i want to get some replacements just in case i have an UH-OH. Are all the sensors the same part numbers??????
They really aren't THAT bad. Or at least mine weren't. Ya, it was a little tough, but not like it was impossible by any means. You'll get it!
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8c3z-12B591-ca
I just bought one yesterday for the aft most EGT sensor on the DPF (they're supposedly all the same part #) and it was 8C3Z-12B591-D

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How many miles do you have on your truck? I pulled my DPF out with around 6,000 miles and had absolutely no problem getting all the sensors out with a pair of vice-grips.
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Old 07-30-2009, 10:58 PM
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Do yourself a favor and buy a 13mm flare nut wrench. Should have no problem getting the sensors out. If the flare nut wrench don't get it you have bigger problems.

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