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what sensors are on the dpf???

I'm getting ready to do the whole dpf delete and was wondering what kind of sensors and how many are there on the dpf. I just want to get new sensors and install them on the doc/dpf delete pipe for easier swaps if necessary.

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There are three temperature sensors and a pressure sensor. Personally I would buy one temperature sensor and the pressure fitting to the pipe. The temperature sensor after the DPF and the pressure fitting have been the difficult ones to remove. You will be safer to remove the sensors before you handle the pipe during removal and replace after you put it in, they are thin and easy to damage. The one after the DPF usually requires effort and the threads on the pressure are usually damaged, and require finesse and chasing, you can find it cheaper through some of the vendors on the board. The Temp has to come from the dealership.
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I ordered the pressure sensor fitting, do you happen to have the part number for the other sensor I would need? Thanks.

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This is the info I have. they may have been updated, but should at least get you there.
Pressure Sensor 8C3Z-9J460-B

EGT Probe 8C3Z-12B591-D

Threaded Fitting 7C3Z-9J454-A
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So how many of each sensor do I need?

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There are three temp sensors one pressure and one threaded fitting in the exhaust
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Ok, I ordered the threaded fitting from cobbs diesel, I guess I'll get one temp sensor for now and just put a new one thats past the dpf like you said thats a pain to get out

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Sounds good
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I got the sensor from my local dealership today, $57 each dealer cost. I definitely wouldn't want to replace all the sensors. Thanks for the help.

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