they are analog sensors. low reference/ground, 5 volt reference, and signal wires.schulte;1604301; said:It all depends on how the DPF or any other sensor communicats with the ECM. From there, spoofing that signal becomes the issue. If its a regular analog signal its fairly easy to spoof with components (resistors, capacitors, etc). If its a digital signal (like class2 data, or another protocol) its a little more diffucult.
Flashscan;1605749; said:FYI, DPF & EGT monitoring was in the LBZ ECM programs they just never used it.........that's a good sign .
We are already working on LMM, we were fortunate enough that someone sent us the program out of a new truck already. From what I have seen so far leaving the DPF in place is going to cause some big power cut backs due to potential overheating of the DPF.