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Doing def/dpf delete tomorrow

I bought a Livewire TS+ and 4" mbrp dp back straight pipe exhaust. I'm not a licenced mechanic, but feel confident I can do this myself. Couple questions. Do I install the tuner first, or exhaust? Should I cap off the fuel/def lines that attach to the dpf, or what do I do with them? What should I do with the sensors after I disconnect them? Any and all help is appreciated! 2015 F250 Lariat 6.7L
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Tune first to make sure it takes.
Sensors depend on tune/exhaust
No fuel lines.
Def take will drain out...
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Def will not drain out. Nothing comes out of that line unless the pump is on.

I always pack the connectors with grease and then wrap them in electrical tape and zip tie them to the frame.
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Def will not drain out. Nothing comes out of that line unless the pump is on.

I always pack the connectors with grease and then wrap them in electrical tape and zip tie them to the frame.
I'm the op, just made a proper profile. The main reason I'm doing the delete is because the def tank heater crapped out. Should I or can I drain the tank some how?
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Anyone know much about these tuners? I would like to keep it on stock tune, but I need it for the deletes. Is this possible?
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I just read something saying that the Livewire TS+ does not do deletes? Is this true? I bought it as a kit with the exhaust labelled def/dpf delete kit
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I just read something saying that the Livewire TS+ does not do deletes? Is this true? I bought it as a kit with the exhaust labelled def/dpf delete kit
Depends what part number it is.
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5015pc is the part number
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5015pc is the part number
You are good to go then
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Awesome, thanks SOOTIE
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