I having a check engine light coming on in my 2000 ranger xlt. When I used the scanner at autozone It read that it was a problem with the EGR. So I replaced the EGR valve but the light was still on Ao i took it to my local mechanic to have it looked at and he said it was a problem with the DPFE. To be honest I have no idea what that is or how to fix it. Any advice or pics would be GREAT.
while you're at it replace the 2 silicone based hoses. Go to ford and get the right ones. Vaccum lines will dry out and fall apart in a few days. This is coming from my personal experience. I think i paid 8 dollars a foot. Pricey yes, but they will last a long time. 16 bux well spent.