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post #1 of 24 Old 05-28-2013, 05:08 PM Thread Starter
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tuner with dpf delete

I did down pipe down back exhaust and dpf tuner now my truck is idealing really high. On the tuner i did race exhaust but said no to removing all admissions. Should i have said yes to removing all admissions
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What tuner? Sounds like SCT, you should have said yes to all emissions deleted on everything. You need the sensors plugged in for sct though

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yes its sct so I should plug the tuner back in and say yes all emissions deleted and the idle will come down? the sensors are still on the stock exhaust I took off
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You removed all the emissions equipment, then told your tuner all the emissions equipment was still there? That sounds like your problem.

And yes, your SCT tuner needs those sensors. Hopefully your new exhaust has bungs so you can reinstall them. If not, I think you can get away with plugging them in and tying them to the frame or something instead of putting them in the exhaust. There's a fair chance you broke one or more of them while removing the DPF. They're pretty fragile. If they're bent at all that usually means they won't work.
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ok thanks is it just the three sensors or that forth module looking thing to
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I think just the three temp sensors. Try that and see if that fixes your problem, if not, then youll need to have the pressure sensor hooked up too

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So i returned the truck to stock and plugged the sensors in then tuned it now no start 2 of the sensors got kinda beat up if i replace them itl correct the problem?
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Im not sure why you returned to stock? But anyways, check for codes. Unplug the sensors and see if it will start even though it will idle high

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You want to return to stock, then retune, THEN restart truck. It may have gone into some safe mode or something when you tuned it to stock and it didn't have the DPF at all? I dunno.

But yeah, if its the SCT livewire, you want to say YES to removing the DPF system, that is what you just did.

Slow down, take your time, and ask questions BEFORE making any big changes or mistakes.

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thanks truck is running now I got new egt's and retuned it im obviously new to the tuner stuff what happens when I go to get a sticker and they plug the machine into the obd port does it screw any thing up
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