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I need apicture of the pressure feedback sensor.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is located on the right front valve cover area. It will be either black or silver and have a 3 wire connector with wire colors BN/WH,GY/RD,BN/LG. It will have 2 rubber hoses going from it and connecting to two metal tubes which run to the exhaust.
Now what sets the the P1405 is.
While driving, the EGR monitor commands the EGR valve closed and checks the differential pressure across the EGR orifice. The test fails when the signal from the DPF EGR sensor indicates EGR flow is in the negative direction. Make sure both of the hoses are hooked up and not damaged.
P0401 sets when:
The EGR system is monitored during steady state driving conditions while the EGR is commanded on. The test fails when the signal from the DPF EGR sensor indicates that EGR flow is less than the desired minimum.
So the DPFE could be causing both codes.
I would also recommend that you take a hand vacuum pump and pump vacuum on the EGR while engine is running and make sure you have a drop in RPM so you know that the EGR ports are not stopped up,they are bad about this too.
As far as the rattling converters this could possibly have an effect because it does use exhaust back-pressure along with vacuum to help open the EGR but if the exhaust is still basically stock this probably won't have enough effect on the back pressure to cause this unless they have stopped up and have so much back pressure it is blowing the hoses off of the DPFE or getting so hot it melts them. You can check this with a vacuum/pressure gage, just hook it into one of the hoses from the DPFE and you should have 1 PSI at idle and 3 to 4 PSI at wide open throttle. Anything more would be a restriction.
If all of this is ok then replace the DPFE.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
Your SUV is really giving you a hard time, lol. Sorry but I've had those days too.
I would try to check if you have blocked EGR passages. If ok check for restricted MAP sensor vacuum hose/passage or restricted exhaust. I know you replaced the CAT but if the muffler is blocked then there would still be a restriction. Also check the wiring and connection to the MAP sensor.
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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