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Super Green truck owner (dpfe hose type)

lm90063

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Are the hoses connecting to the Dpfe sensor a special type of hose or can I just pick up of a couple feet at my auto parts store and install them?

Super Thanks.
(need to pass smog)
 


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RonD

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They need to tolerate Exhaust manifold heat at one end, but as long as hose is rated for that temp then you can use it.
These hoses get moisture build up inside, because of the warmer air from exhaust and the cooling of the hoses after engine is shut off, so good idea to blow them out every year if you think of it.
Moisture can clog the hose and also damage the DPFE
 

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