some 1997 mountaineers didn't come with the dpfe sensor, you will have to look at the egr positioning sensor which is right on top of the egr valve itself . hope that helps
where is the DPFE sensor located on a 2002 ford crown victoria?
Ford is the only American car company that uses a DPFE sensor. GM dpfe sensor are built into the EGR.
I'm not aware that part was installed on Villagers. It would be on the EGR valve if it was.
I dont believe the Impala 2003 uses a DPFE sensor as part of there Emissions system.
P1401 is DPFE sensor circuit high, check out this tutorial to replace the sensor on your Ford
YES - www.motorcraft.com lists a DPFE sensor for all available engines on a 1996 Ford Ranger
Start by replacing the DPFE sensor. Autozone about $35.00.newtest3
Where is the DPFE sensor located in a 1999 Ford Exployer? I had my oil changed yesterday and was told that the hose connected to this sensor is off.
The DPFE sensor is a totally separate sensor. Look for the feed pipe to the EGR valve and follow it towards the exhaust. Somewhere along that line you will see two small pipes leading to hoses, that lead to the sensor.
Possibly the DPFE sensor(?)See "Related Questions" below for more detailed information about the EGR / DPFE combo
DPFE sensor ford has tons of them stocked
From what I understand , it is the sensor that the Powertrain Control Module uses to determine exactly how much the EGR valve opens at all driving conditions
P1401 is DPFE Sensor Circuit High Faulty Differential Pressure Feedback Electronic (DPFE) sensor. Loose of disconnected wiring to the sensor
Dpfe sensor is the delta (differential) pressure feedback egr (exhaust gas recirculation) it monitors the pressure on the egr valve to make sure it is working.
P0401 means no flow at the dpfe sensor. Usually a bad sensor. or bad hoses from egr ports to dpfe.
P1405 Ford - DPFE Sensor Circuit Upstream HoseProbably caused by Faulty DPFE sensor (EGR pressure sensor), or a plugged EGR tube
www.motorcraft.com doesn't list a DPFE sensor for the 1989 F150 with a 4.9 L ( 300 cubic inch ) straight 6 engine
the dpfe sensor is at rear of throttle bod.2-4 inches down between throt bod and firewall
P1401 - Differential Pressure Feedback EGR sensor ( DPFE ) circuit high voltage detected
The code P1400 reads "DPFE Sensor Voltage Low" (Ford, Mazda). Often it's caused by a bad DPFE sensor or clogged EGR passages. DPFE stands for (Differential Pressure Feedback EGRI) I would clean the EGR valve which cost nothing. If that does not cure the problem, you may need to replace the DPFE sensor, which does cost, and it may not fix the problem. If you want to be sure you replace the correct part, then visit your local Ford dealer. dpfe stands for delta pressure not differential.
You can replace it from top, the dpfe sensor is located under the throttle at the drivers side of the engine and it hooks on two pipes and electric connector. You have to remove the air cleaner, MAF sensor, throttle and the throttle sensor connector to get to it. It is hidden behind few hoses and connectors so you need too look real hard. I hope this will help you out and good luck!