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Where to buy sensor??

Anyone know where I can get my hands on a sensor for the DPF delete??

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EGT or pressure sensor? There are a few places to buy the EGT probe, but the pressure sensor is dealer only, I think.

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I believe its the EGT, its the bigger one in the middle not the three smaller ones. Hope that makes sense.

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That is the pressure sensor. Doing a delete, you don't need the sensor hooked to the exhaust. You could plug the pipe and just hook the electrical part of the sensor to the truck. You will need a sensor if you plan on going back to stock.

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Oh alright perfect that helps alot thanks.

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