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post #1 of 4 Old 06-21-2010, 08:40 PM Thread Starter
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I need a ford part number on a part

I replace the exhaust on my truck and one of the sensor didn't come out easy like the other three. It's the sensor that has the bigger nut on it. If you are looking at the DPF from the top it's the sensor on the right that doesn't have a 8 inch wires. I need that part number for that sensor. Thanks
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-2008 6.4l FX4 CC
-2010 F150 4X4 CC
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Thanks I see the part number in that pic. Now do I need that sensor to be in the pipe or what? I don't completely understand that. I am doing a spartan tuner.
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If you are talking about the pressure sensor, no. I plugged mine and zip tied the sensor to the frame (still needs to be connected to harness). Everything else has to be plugged in and installed in the delete pipe.

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-2010 F150 4X4 CC
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