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Old 10-29-2013, 05:19 PM
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Just got this message today . Waited an hour loaded her on the trailer took it to dealer and they said one of my sensors is bad. So I bought the sensor from them $52 and replaced it so far so good. My question is .... Is it time to delete for sure cause dealer stated once they start going they will usually keep going . I have 90,000 on her and no problems until this ??


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Old 10-29-2013, 08:55 PM
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Anyone have any ideas


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Old 10-30-2013, 09:43 AM
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No idea Bro. My truck's in the shop as we speak again (3rd time same issue) since first thing early Monday morning. They finally called me yesterday evening (Tues), and said that it's #12 & #13 EGT Sensors coded bad at only 55K miles on the truck. Note #14 EGT Sensor was replaced the first time back in February at 40K miles. Note the second time this happend a month ago in Sept at 53K they said 3 EGT sensors coded bad (same time), although they said that oil backed up through the PCV valve because whomever changed my oil last over filled (complete BS because it was due for an oil change at 6000miles, and i know it was not overfilled and they didn't replace any sensors) all they did was change my oil after having it for four days. My thought is something with the exhaust DPF system is causing the exhaust to get so hot that the EGT sensors can't handle the heat, but who knows? I have no idea, sorry man i feel your pain, although i didn't make it as far as you did before i started having probs with my exhaust sensors. I'll probably have to trade it in now, because i can't afford to be stranded every few months in the middle of nowhere. My warranty runs out in just 4000 miles at 60K.
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Yeah I just drove her already 250 miles today and no issues yet ( fingers crossed) but I think I'm gonna just delete it and be done with these sensors I can't afford to be sitting on the side of the road anytime soon cause time is money


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