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Returning truck to stock.

Im going to be returning my 2012 back to all stock b4 i trade it in at the end of the month. Rather give my exhaust, tuner, CAI, and egr deleat to my brother then leave it on the truck for no additional $$. With that being said my truck has been deleated for a little over 2 years. Dpf has been sitting in the shed and i know there was def fluid in the tank when i did the deleats. My question is will it be as easy as bolting the dpf back up and hooking up the lines and sensors or not. ???
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Check to make sure nothing is living in the dpf . flush out old def and put new stuff in. Don't be surprised if a sensor isn't working.


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You will be fine, unless any of the open plugs have corroded.
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Check to make sure nothing is living in the dpf . flush out old def and put new stuff in. Don't be surprised if a sensor isn't working.

i was rather going to just swap my exhaust with my brothers dpf that currently on his truck of re install mine. how do i go about flushing the def tank?
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drain it, fill with new def. if you can find a way to run the pump i would do that and put some fresh def through the system.
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Give a member on this site an opportunity to buy your deleted truck. You will get more money than a trade in.


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