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I put a 1992 Ford Explorer motor in a 1994

I put a 1992 Ford Explorer motor and the complete manifold exhaust system in a 1994 Explorer. The '92 does not have an EGR valve system on it, but it has an EVR pressure sensor on it. Where do I need to run the 2 hoses from this sensor since there is not an EGR system?

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They come off the exhaust manifold...

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