Question about 1996 Ford Explorer
Posted by Anonymous on
Dpfe sensor is usually on driver side intake manifold or on a bracket attached to it. It has 2 vacuum ports & a electrical plug. Look for cracked or broken vauum hoses going to it. I would fix any broken vacuum hoses, if none change the dpfe sensor(aka:egr position sensor) only & it will usually cure both codes.
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