Re: Nope, not the DPFE Sensor
Get the ford part number from it and do a Google search. You'll find out
"David Lee" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Thanks for your help but that is not the one. I replaced the DPFS and it
> is hooked up to the EGR tube. The one I am
> having trouble with sits a bit aft and below the EGR valve
> and is directly connected to a thin bracket that fits on the
> lower bolt to the EGR valve. Well at least I have cured
> the spark knock I had and other things but I have one bad vacuum leak now.
> I just do not see where this thing connects.
> "johanb" <ollieb1oREMOVE@THIScs.com> wrote in message
>> DPFE sensor
>> Have to be special heat resistance hoses
>> Be aware that they are 2 different sizes
>> They go from EGR tube to that sensor
>> "Ken Darnell" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>> I put in a new egr valve in a 94 ranger and apparently loosened some
>>> and they are gone. There is a bracket that is attached at one end to the
>>> Attached to this bracket is a device that has one electrical plug and
>>> air hose
>>> connections. The hoses are gone. What is this thing and how and where do
>>> reattach the hoses? Thanks.