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    Quote Originally Posted by smitrocks View Post
    Yeah, good shout. I’ve got one of those compressors for tyres that you plug into the car. Will have a think about testing with that if there’s no clear damage when I take the sensor off.

    Interested to hear how you get on with that Opcom, and if it can zero in on sensors etc to reset the DPF one or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smitrocks View Post
    Ha, Never even thought to look at the photos, can get them cheap enough on eBay, going to order some now.

    11 used hose, 13 used sensor, 4 for more clamps than I need in case I balls any up. At least if they blow again I’ve not broke the bank as well ��
    I'd fire a jubilee or spring clamp easier to get off and won't need replaced.
    Don't rev it once you've replaced as you will likely blow it again, if dpf is full best approach would be to force regen

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    Maybe jubilee, not sure how firm a spring clamp would hold under any serious back pressure. I figured they were ear clamped for that reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smitrocks View Post
    Maybe jubilee, not sure how firm a spring clamp would hold under any serious back pressure. I figured they were ear clamped for that reason.
    I'd rather the clamp go than the sensor I was more thinking but you could be right

 

 
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