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Old 11-30-2009, 08:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Need help with my dpf delete. In the middle of it now

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putting on my magnaflow turbo back exhaust and I read that u need to plug the wires with electric diode goo and I'm not seeing any wires.

Just two metal like 1/8 inch tubes that go Into the pipe. What do I do with them ?

I'm in the middle of it now. So info would be nice

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Old 11-30-2009, 08:33 PM   #2 (permalink)
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follow those lines up and youll see where they connect to a plug. Its up under the center of the bed I believe. then once you disconnect and remove the dpf and all its connections, use your stuff and tape them up. youll be good to go. I didnt even mess with pulling those things out of the dpf, it was easier just to disconnect all the electrical connections.

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The new pipe dois
not have the o2 sensor holes Is that ok?
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Yes. Just completely remove them from the truck.
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So I got it all off and I was looking over the instructions and they say 2001 to. 2005 kit. I noticed the hanger did not line up in the front bracket so am I screwed ??
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Nope none of the LMM use the first bracket. The kits fit all generation duramaxes.
Also the O2 you call them are the EGT sensors and not needed. They are part of the DPF regen system. So you unplug and bag good with some dielectric grease and for diff pressure sensor you can get a piece of tubing to go from one to the other and leave in place.

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Thanks Brian alot. I was stressing out
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Hey I'm almost done I'm just finishing adjusting it. Anyone with this kit notice how close it comes to the rear shocks and leaf springs by tail pipe. I got about a ha
lf inch clearance tops. At both

also is there any other tuning in efi life other than Turing dpf off and setting regen to zero?
Or is there other table to look at

Should I sell my stock exshaust and magnaflow muffler and five inch tail pipe or save them??
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Dic went from 14 in town to 18 lol
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Save your stock exhaust because if you ever sell or trade in your truck youll want to have it. Enjoy your truck man its the best mod you can do on these things!

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- F/V Jennifer A.
-- Cat 398 main
-- Twin Cat 3306 generators and Detroit 371 Aux
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-- Twin Cat 3412 mains
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