Question about 2001 Mercury Sable
I am taking my car to the shop tomorrow and the code received on my car is P1401 DPFE Circuit High Voltage - Differential pressure feedback EGR. The dealer was charging me $1,088.03 (which include EGR Pressure Feedback Sensor, Replace Pcv hoses and clean prots, Induction System Service, and Clean EGR ports), now the shop tomorrow is charging $80.00 for EGR Pressure Sensor Kit and $65.00 for Labor. Do you think this is reasonable? If unattended can this ballon to a major problem for me? Because their is no noticeable difference in the driveability of the car.
The DPFE sensor is a very common failure on all Ford models. Just have the sensor replaced. Or do it yourself. It is very easy to change you can do it in 10 minutes.
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This means either the EGR position sensor hose is pulled off or damaged or the sensor is defective. The sensor is referred to as the EGR (exhaust gas recirculation valve) DPFE sensor.
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