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P0470 code, Were is that sensor?

After a rough cold start p0470 code popped up. Were is that backpressure sensor located and how to fix? (already did a search no luck)

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right by the upper rad hose look by ata pipe and air filter
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also when you remove the sensor startn it up with out of the sensor check for exhaust gas comming out of the tube if nothing comes out its plugged up you need to clean it to avoid other problems cordless drill with aircraft cable does the magic
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also when you remove the sensor startn it up with out of the sensor check for exhaust gas comming out of the tube if nothing comes out its plugged up you need to clean it to avoid other problems cordless drill with aircraft cable does the magic
Ahh crap. I unplugged a sensor from a tube coming off the exhaust manifold now i have a p0611 fuel pressure code. wtf??

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0611 ficm code clear fix other codes if comes back = ficm need replacing sorry for bad news
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0611 ficm code clear fix other codes if comes back = ficm need replacing sorry for bad news
Ok codes were cleared and drove for 2hrs doing arrands, no engine light yet...

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