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Question need help P0544 EGT Sensor

New guy here. I have a stock 2015 F250. 70,000 miles 4x4. I had the check engine light come on and had the code read. It came back with a P0544 Exhaust Gas Temperature Sensor Circuit (Bank 1) I was able to buy the sensor and replace. My problem now is the check engine light is still on. I disconnected the battery for about 10 min hoping to reset the engine light to no avail. My dealer says I will have to leave it there for up to 4 days to look at it. Any suggestions?
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Old 11-19-2019, 03:13 PM
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Did you ever find the fix?
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Did you ever find the fix?
Why revive a dead thread? If you have this issue, so state it instead of asking did you find a fix. A fix for what?

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@Corysm the OP was a one post wonder and has not been back since the day of that first post

if you want to try and contact someone in a thread use the mention function it will send them an email/Private message also @mcgaha76

but Larry is on to something you are more than welcome to start your own thread and maybe get better results then the OP
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Thanks for the info. I appreciate you reading and responding like an adult. Hopefully I can find a fix before I set the truck on fire and head back to the gm world.
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What year is your truck? And how miles?
There is an extended coverage fsa for egt probes on the 6.7

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It's a 2015 with 71k on it. It's been a nightmare. I've replaced all the sensors and controllers on the frame. Keep getting a p2002 dpf under threshold too. I only have the diesel particulate sensor to ha e changed everything. Even had the filter removed and cleaned.
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Are your exhaust tips black with soot? Or clean?

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The outside is clean. The inside looks like any other diesel. It regens fine. I have even done a static Regen.
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P2002 equals DPF bad

https://parts.autonationfordwhitebea...RpZXNlbA%3D%3D

https://www.motorcraftservice.com/freeresources/obd

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