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    so my cars getting remapped on saturday along with an egr deletion and dpf removal

    what do i do with the hoses that go to the dpf?

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    is it getting replaced with pipe or gutted and pipe put through dpf

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    being replaced with a clamp on pipe

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    A clamp on the pipe ??? Or do you mean cutting it out and a new piece of pipe with clamps on
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    yeah thats what i meant i dont want the piece that replaces it welded at both ends, makes it easier for removal

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    Remove rubber pipe and leave the rest alone
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    so just remove the rubber pipes from the dpf pressure sensor, im guessing when he deletes the dpf the sensor gets deleted as well

    isnt there a diesel line that runs to it as well?

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