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Sensors help

So I did the DPF delete an my question is how do I get the sensors out, cause those things seem to be stuck in there.

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Man I sure like that I did not need sensor on dpf for the spartan, I just removed dpf completely and covered plug with duct tape to prevent dirt from entering. If I was u I would soak sensor with some good penetrating oil like corrosionx and let it soak for a while then try again.
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PB Blaster and a good wrench

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I agree, I just did mine yesterday and mine came out. I squirted them a couple times prior though.

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PB Blaster and let them sit for a day..... I wasn't so lucky and mine would not come out at all so I had to get 3 new ones to use for a week while the truck was as the dealership for HG.


If you can't get them out I'll sell you 3 almost brand new ones for $75 shipped. I say almost brand new because they were in my truck for the 128 mile trip to the dealer for the HGs. Good luck and let me know if you need/want them.

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I might have to get those from you cause those sensors in my DPF wont budge at all.

2008 F-350 FX4 CCLB 6.4 Powerstroke
SCT Livewire With RCD Tunes. Magnaflow 5" Straight Pipe Exhaust with an 6 inch tip
Airaid drop in filter with a modded stock box. Halo/LED headlights, LED Mirror, Dually Fender Lights.
2.5 leveling kit Soon to Come,
Road Armor Front Bumper with Pre Runner Bar.
AF 19.5 wheels black
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Yea, that was my problem. Even my trusty vise grips wouldn't move them.


In case you need the part number for them here it is....



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Sensors look like just what I need.

2008 F-350 FX4 CCLB 6.4 Powerstroke
SCT Livewire With RCD Tunes. Magnaflow 5" Straight Pipe Exhaust with an 6 inch tip
Airaid drop in filter with a modded stock box. Halo/LED headlights, LED Mirror, Dually Fender Lights.
2.5 leveling kit Soon to Come,
Road Armor Front Bumper with Pre Runner Bar.
AF 19.5 wheels black
LED D2s and light bar
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