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post #1 of 2 Old 02-16-2011, 10:32 AM Thread Starter
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6.4 DPF/Delete Questions

Hi guys,
I am wondering how many sensors there are supposed to be in the DPF on these trucks (6.4)? I have A spartan on the way, and need to figure out how to deal with my DPF fooler that is currently installed, which is commonly called an obdII Dpf-r module i believe. Now, i know the module will have the pressure sensor plugged into it, so i'll have to unplug that, and install it in the dpf delete pipe, and all other sensors should be already in the pipe. How many sensors all together should be in the pipe? I want to make sure everything is plugged in as it should be when i plug in the spartan.
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A little more info on what i have under there is... The delete pipe is only from the multiple bolt flange back.. Whatever the pressure sensor is installed into is still on the truck. And there is one other sensor there, just before the delete pipe, and another sensor at the back top of the delete pipe. I can't see any other sensors tied back or anything, so it looks like thats all.... ?
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