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GUys i just purchased a 5" tbe and i was told by gus to just pull the sensors out of the exhaust and leave them attached to the truck but i was reading on another post that some people where getting codes for that what should i do any help is great thanks guys :peelout
 

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You need to have the Sensors Plumbed into the exhaust. The only thing thats not is the 2 pressure lines that are on the DPF.
 

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hey comp im talking about those two lines that are maybe a pencil width there are two of them right what should i do with those cause i have to put those three sensors in the exhaust that are in the dpf right now
 
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hey comp im talking about those two lines that are maybe a pencil width there are two of them right what should i do with those cause i have to put those three sensors in the exhaust that are in the dpf right now
You should wait for cowboy to reply, but I think you can just connect the 2, and tie them up out of the way. I also think others have just unplugged and tied up. Get a soft code either way. But I'm just bored, so wait for someone else's professional advise. Mine is far from professional.
 

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You should wait for cowboy to reply, but I think you can just connect the 2, and tie them up out of the way. I also think others have just unplugged and tied up. Get a soft code either way. But I'm just bored, so wait for someone else's professional advise. Mine is far from professional.
Like he said you can either loop them together or take them off completely. Mine are taken off. You should also have a total of 5 sensors, (3 EGT Probes that tie into the fooler box, and 2 O2 sensors that are left alone but reinstalled.)
 

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i left the 2 pressure sensor rubber hoses on and just plugged the ends so no dust or water gets in there, no codes and no problems yet, 20,000km so far.
 
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