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Old 10-23-2010
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Another what is this part thread

As the title says, I have this part that isnt connected to anything but a wire harness. There are two hoses coming off of it but they have been cut. Any help is appreciated. Also, I have a hose similar to a dryer connection coming off my airbox, looks like it connects to exhaust but it isnt connected to anything and theres nothing around it to connect to.

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i can't see the pic
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It's your DPFE sensor. The hoses go to the EGR tube that connects the exhaust to the EGR valve. The hoses are silicon, to handle the heat from the EGR pipe. Rubber hose will melt right off. You should be gettin a CEL code with it disconnected.
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The hose coming from your air box is to heat the air in very cold climates since you live in Ga you don't need it.
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Does look like a DPFE...
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did you take the pic from 200 yards away through a rifle scope?
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Yeah I walk around with my barret 50-cal sniper with a camera on it to take forum pics lol Nah they are with my Sh**ty cell phone. And Im not getting a CEL so its not throwing a code and the bulb works so I have no idea whats going on.
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It's your DPFE sensor. The hoses go to the EGR tube that connects the exhaust to the EGR valve. The hoses are silicon, to handle the heat from the EGR pipe. Rubber hose will melt right off. You should be gettin a CEL code with it disconnected.
Yeah man i looked it up when you said it, thats what it is, thank you guys.
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