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The fault code P1405 in most case is a bad DPFE (Differential EGR Pressure Feed Back) sensor, or, a plugged or cracked hose to it.
Locate the DPFE sensor on the driver side of the intake manifold, and has 2 hoses and a 3-wire electrical connector on it (if the sensor has been replaced, it may be black plastic instead of aluminum).
Inspect the 2 hoses that run from the DPFE sensor to the EGR supply pipe for leaks or blockage. Make sure the hoses are connected securely at both ends.
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