Took about an hour. I had to cut the MAF signal wire and tap the egr sensor wire and the maf power and ground wires. Pretty much functionally the same product/install as the fingers stick as far as I can tell.Donovan, How hard was it to install? DId you have to cut wires or splice? Or was it a plug and play. (seems expensive). I am going to put my exhaust on within the next couple of weeks and I was going to just clear codes until fingers comes up with one, but just in case I am looking at alternatives. Also, did you block or unplug the EGR valve? Sorry about all the questions, I just want to weigh all the alternatives. Thanks,
Neither did I but limp mode sucks and so does that annoying CEL. If you do the install right you will be able to tuck the wiring back back into the flex loom to stock and never tell the difference if you need to remove it.....so a dealer would have to *really* look for it to find it.I wish it was plug and play, I don't wanna splice wires on my truck yet.
I do have the egr connected still and I haven't put in the blocker plate yet. According to PPEs documentation you need to keep the egr sensor/actuator connected in order for the device to block codes.Do you have the EGR disconnected as well? No Cel?
I'm saying no until we get absolute verification that it works. I believe "cautious optimism" is the current attitude. The one guy trying it used scotchlocks (other thread) and has not yet fixed his connections to retest.do the items that kennedy diesel sell work for the lbz or not. thanks
This is where the egr tube is located on the engine, the valve is at the end with the blue arrow.does anyone have a diagram or pic where the egr is i must be stupid i have looked all around and i cannot find it any help would be apprecated thanks