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For everyone's info. The sensor attached to the DPF isn't an O2 sensor. It is a temperature sensor. It is what the car's ECU uses to determine the DPF temperature during regeneration (burn off).
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[QUOTE=Merts;249088]For everyone's info. The sensor attached to the DPF isn't an O2 sensor. It is a temperature sensor. It is what the car's ECU uses to determine the DPF temperature during regeneration (burn off).[/QUOTE

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For everyone's info. The sensor attached to the DPF isn't an O2 sensor. It is a temperature sensor. It is what the car's ECU uses to determine the DPF temperature during regeneration (burn off).
Handy to know. Thanks.
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...to add to the comments/debate

I fitted the delete pipe over the weekend. The biggest hassle I had was getting the DPF off in the first place!!! Despite loads of WD-40 over a number of hours, no joy!!! In the end, I resorted to the blow torch!! Eventually managed to loosen the exhaust nuts after much cursing!!! The other pain in the a**e was the sensors - I managed to get the temp sensor out (again, lots of WD and a bit of heat), but the pressure sensors welded on with rust. Took the advice from a earlier threat and bypassed the pressure sensors and blocked the holes on the delete pipe.

The pipe itself fitted well. No drama's with the exhaust hangers. Shame the gaskets are not an exact fit - but I drilled extra large holes to correct the misalignment for the bolts.

All seems to be working OK - I will give it a few days and check for leaks, etc. In terms of performance, seems to have a slightly quicker pick up. I will check fuel economy over the next couple of days.

PS: The packaging included instructions, stubby holder and EGR blank plate
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the stubby holder is for the beer that you normally need to drink during the waiting period for the WD40 to do its thing. Maybe a blow torch is better

Paul, as a matter of interest have u done a lot of beach driving with this Paj?

Thanks for the feedback. Noted about the gaskets. Next Paj I do I will check.
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Hi Robert

Not too much beach driving but a couple of trips up to the Cape "swimming' in a few of the creeks is probably the reason for rust.

Other suggestion would be to offer some blanking bolts for the two pressure sensor holes for those who bypass the sensors all together. I need to see if I can get hold of a couple - do you know the size/specs for the threat?

Having also fitted the blanking plate, I am building to the chip - just need to square it away with the Minister of Finance!!!

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with regards to the rusty pipes etc. Agreed. Mine were really tight but came free after a bit of working back and forth.

Good idea re blanking bolts. Will look into the sizes. Just away from office for a few days.

Re Chip. when you're ready ... let me know

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Not too much beach driving but a couple of trips up to the Cape "swimming' in a few of the creeks is probably the reason for rust.

Other suggestion would be to offer some blanking bolts for the two pressure sensor holes for those who bypass the sensors all together. I need to see if I can get hold of a couple - do you know the size/specs for the threat?

Having also fitted the blanking plate, I am building to the chip - just need to square it away with the Minister of Finance!!!

Kind regards, Paul
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Are there any advantages of bypassing the pressure sensors as opposed to reconnecting them to the delete pipe?
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yes. you do not need to swear and curse getting the old ones out.






that's the only consideration here hydrox
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