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hay guys i have a 95 powerstroke and i recently did a fuel pump replacement but while stumblin around in the engine bay my foot slid an hit an electrical connector now i dont know what the plug does or what its called so help would be greatly appreciated nthe connector itself is about a 18-19mm golden bolt with a black 3 prong electrical connector coming out the top. it goes down into a black bracket located infront of the fuel filter housing and then running out the bottom of the black bracket is a metal tube now im new to these powerstrokes so if anybody knows what its called , what it does , and where i could get one i would appreciate it thanks
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post #2 of 9 Old 08-18-2010, 12:48 PM
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I do belive its the exhaust back pressure sensor.

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okay can i start the truck with this unpluged ???? where can i pick up a new 1???? thanks man
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yeah you can run it with it unpluged. i removed mine after the tube went bad and i removed the Exhaust back pressure valve. replacement one if you want one= salvage, or dealer. dont know of any other company making them.


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okay so it will run but will it have a miss ??? how much is one from a dealer . id rather put new parts on it than used ones .,,, also another question while installing the lines coming of the banjo fitting on the back of the fuel pump one of the metal fuel rail lines broke am i gunna have to go to the dealer to get a new one ??? thanks for the help
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the engine should run normally. my truck ran better with it unplugged because the sensor was messed up and sending false signals to the Comp. im not 100% sure on the metal line but im almost sure that yes you will have to get that from Ford.
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ok thanks for the help guys
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That should be it. I completely understand breaking things like that...I broke my ICP sensor while replacing a $20 fuel line. That turned into a $120 fuel line!

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yea what was suposed ta be a $170 two day fuel pump swap has turned into a $250 two week project .... oh well i guess the more new parts i put on the truck the better i plan on keepin the truck for a while so might as well make it run
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