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Old 09-17-2010, 11:16 AM
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Bung on Flo-Pro Exhaust, Function??

I just noticed a bung that has a fitting that allows you to slip a hose on to it. What is this fitting for? Mine is just open and I suspect that exhaust leaks thru there and will eventually make the undercarraige very dirty. Is there supposed to be a hose connected to something here, or can I just cap this? Thanks in advance.
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The bungs are for your sensors. Probably the pressure sensor bung.
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This isn't the type of bung for a sensor. It's a male nipple for a hose to slip over. The other sensors are in and connected.
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Like 08 stroker said. theres a hose that is for the DPF pressure sensor. it has a bracket that bolts to it as well.
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take that out and bolt the hole up...it doenst get used,make sure you block the hose too..the bracket,just zip tie to the frame out of the way...you have all 3 other sensors in?
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Old 09-18-2010, 06:04 PM
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take that out and bolt the hole up...it doenst get used,make sure you block the hose too..the bracket,just zip tie to the frame out of the way...you have all 3 other sensors in?
I'm going to cap it tomorrow. I'm still stuck with the pressure sensor CEL though. All 3 other sensors are in. Thanks guys!

Anyone know how to check the wire to the pressure sensor to know it's good?
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