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Old 05-26-2009, 08:07 PM
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Exhaust Back Pressure Code

just like the title says i have a back pressure code i have a php 140 hp perf chip and a 4 in straight pipe as it says in my signiture what should i do theres no way im getting that much pressure is there???


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Old 05-26-2009, 08:21 PM
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can anyone help or atleast BS and make it sould believable
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check the tube that goes from the front of the exhaust manifold on the passenger side up to a sensor on the top of the engine in the front. if it is rusted through or something it will throw a code.
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Old 05-26-2009, 08:30 PM
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didnt see anything but i didnt look that close thanks gives me a place to look next
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keep me posted on what you find
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thanks will do
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Front of the pass. side exh manifold has a fitting where that tube connects. That tube dead-ends at the sensor. Could be plugged or corroded thru. Just had to replace mine... $50 for a new tube from the dealer parts counter.
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if its just plugged try an aircompressor to blow it out.
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well thats nice to know i thought i was goin to have to buy a 5 in exhaust
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