Dodge Journey: Sensor, exhaust pressure

REMOVAL

EXHAUST PRESSURE SENSOR

Exhaust System
Fig. 42: DPF Components

  1. - ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR
  2. - PRESSURE DIFFERENTIAL SENSOR
  3. - MOUNTING BOLT
  4. - UPSTREAM PRESSURE TUBE
  5. - DPF
  6. - DOWNSTREAM PRESSURE TUBE
  7. - TUBING

INSTALLATION

EXHAUST PRESSURE SENSOR

Exhaust System
Fig. 43: DPF Components

  1. - ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR
  2. - PRESSURE DIFFERENTIAL SENSOR
  3. - MOUNTING BOLT
  4. - UPSTREAM PRESSURE TUBE
  5. - DPF
  6. - DOWNSTREAM PRESSURE TUBE
  7. - TUBING

1. Install tubing (7) on pressure differential sensor (2).

2. Position pressure differential sensor (2) and tubing (7).

3. Install pressure differential sensor mounting bolt (3). Tighten to 10 N.m (89 in. lbs.).

4. Install downstream pressure tube (6) into catalytic converter. Tighten the fitting to 10 N.m (89 in. lbs.).

5. Install upstream pressure tube (4) into catalytic converter. Tighten the fitting to 10 N.m (89 in. lbs.)

6. Position electrical connector (1) into bracket.

7. Connect negative battery cable.

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