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sensor modules on frame

What is everyone doing with the sensor modules along the frame when they delete? I took mine off.
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I left all mine in place.
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I was thinking that some were taking them off and just tying up the harness.
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Remove the EGT probes so you can reuse one of them under the hood if you EGR delete. The rest just zip tie them completely out of the way.

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I'm not using the EGT all. No need for a daily driver.
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I'm not using the EGT all. No need for a daily driver.
Maybe there's no need but with the H&S it's simply a matter of one sensor being placed in the EGR exhaust plate and plugging it into the factory EGT sensor plug. There's no running wires, extra work, etc. so why not?? It was there so I took advantage

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I have the XRT so it's not an option for me.
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Did you leave your module boxes on the frame then? Just curious
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Unplugged the sensors, covered the connectors (in tape in case I need them later) and tie-wrapped them to the frame rail. The boxes and sensors stayed in place. I will try the EGT sensor in the EGR plate to see if it will work with the CTS, but I may have to go with the EAS EGT probe.

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Took all the modules and sensors out with the exhaust, tied any plugs that were attached to the main harness up with zip ties. Figured less ugly **** up under the truck the better.

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