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01momogti

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Can someone post a picture of their aluminum dpfe and where their vacuum lines are connected at? This is what I have, is this correct? I'm getting a code 332 and want to make sure the vacuum lines are correct before I start replacing shi*. This is what I have.
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I tried swapping the vacuum lines and nothing changed after I cleared the code a test drive.
 



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I just swapped out my aluminum one out because it was bad. You should be able to tell w hich line is which because the two lines are different sizes and so are the hoses.
 






01momogti

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I just swapped out my aluminum one out because it was bad. You should be able to tell w hich line is which because the two lines are different sizes and so are the hoses.

They have both been replaced and plugged in the way they unplugged with the same size lines.
 






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I replaced mine with one from O'Reillys for a 1995 explorer, the 1994 part listed had the wrong connector. I also replaced the hoses with a set from NAPA that are good quality.

No more EGR codes. :)
 






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The tubes coming off the exhaust manifold are different sizes, the larger one goes to the larger one on the DPFE.

Regardless of the rubber hose size. yes.. .

Really need to use high temp silicone hoses here, rubber vacuum hose can catch fire.

Your AP store will have the silicone hoses.
 






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