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post #1 of 14 Old 12-06-2013, 08:20 AM Thread Starter
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So I'm getting ready to do a DPF/DOC delete and i am curious about a few things before I start. What all sensors am I going to run into? Has anyone had any codes pop up after the have completed it? I'm new to this and want to make sure i have everything covered when i do it so im not running into problems. The kit im pretty sure im going to get is all bolt up so i should be good there. Just really curious about the sensors.
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the kit/tuner part should take care of the codes...have a link to the kit? the 6.4 guru's can help tell you more.

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make sure that you load up your tune ,after you remove the 3 sensors from the exhaust, before you start the truck,,, do not start the truck without the sensors and without the tune.......if your truck does throw a code, you should be able to clear it with the tuner, but as long as its tuned prior to starting it you will be fine..... super simple once you get into it...


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I seen the gas tempeture sensor but i beleive thats on the DPF. What other sensors are on it the pipes? I have a SCT tuner
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ONE IN THE CAT and i think one before that


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There are three temp sensors and a pressure sensor. Unplug them and drop the exhaust out from under the truck then use a good wrench and penetrating lubricant to remove them out from the exhaust. Once you do this you can either plug them in and tie them out of the way or if your new exhaust has bungs you can thread them in and then plug them in.

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so do i need to plug them in or no? i seen pipes that have no bungs. Im guessing its better to have them in right?
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They do have to be plugged in for SCT. Its up to you whether you want to tie them up to the frame or put them in the aftermarket exhaust.

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I have an H&S so not sure if it is any different, but I unplugged 3 total. Didn't bother taking them out of the exhaust. Just tied the sensors up. No codes on my truck.

Again, not sure if the H&S is different though...
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H&S you don't have the have them plugged in. Mine arent. Do the removal first, don't start the truck, tune it, star it, and your gtg. FYI, H&S will turn off the egr.

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