The DPFE is located on the upper intake manifold. As soon as you open the hood you will see it in front of you. It has two air line hoses and an electrical connection. It is connected to the manifold with two 8mm screws.
It's on the passages side toward the rear. The two rubber hoses go down. One goes to the exhaust manifold and the other to the intake manifold. Its black and about 4in x 1 1/2in and being held up buy a metal bracket. Make sure you change the hose on the intake side(left) because if there is a air leak hot gasses will come up from the exhaust side and melt the DPFE sensor.
YES - www.motorcraft.com lists a DPFE sensor for all available engines on a 1996 Ford Ranger
Ford is the only American car company that uses a DPFE sensor. GM dpfe sensor are built into the EGR.
P1401 is DPFE sensor circuit high, check out this tutorial to replace the sensor on your Ford
According to www.motorcraft.com - YES !
On my 2000 Ranger it was sitting on top, easy to get to. There is a tube that runs from the exhaust manifold to the intake manifold, on that tube is two tubes that run to the EGR(DPFE) pressure sensor(I think that is what you mean). Follow the two tubes to the pressure sensor. Hope this helps!
The speed sensor on a 99 Ranger 2.5 liter 2WD with an automatic transmission is in the rear differential. It is included with the ABS sensor in one unit.
I dont believe the Impala 2003 uses a DPFE sensor as part of there Emissions system.
On the 4.0 L - OHV engine , the DPFE sensor is on the drivers side of the engine , mounted below the idle air control valve
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.
P1401 - Differential Pressure Feedback EGR sensor ( DPFE ) circuit high voltage detected
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
P1401 is DPFE Sensor Circuit High Faulty Differential Pressure Feedback Electronic (DPFE) sensor. Loose of disconnected wiring to the sensor
where is the DPFE sensor located on a 2002 ford crown victoria?
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
The DPFE sensor is located in the center of the vehicle near the firewall. It is easiest to see and replace if you remove the plastic cover on top of the engine.
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
I have a 99 ranger 4x4 you might be surprised that you dont have a vss ! Instead look on your rear axel . its your abs sensor, or also called, rear speed sensor!