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Hi All,

We've diagnosed this sensor as being faulty and it needs replacing - apparently a common fault.

Can anyone help me locate the sensor and how to replace it?

I don't have a hoist I'm afraid!

Thank you!
 

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Yours must have a DPF fitted then
Find the dpf, follow the rubber hoses up the exhaust system you should see it
 

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You sure the sensor needs replacing...or is it an error code that says it is showing an error....which is its job.
 

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So you can see the sensor at the back of the engine?
Looking at the picture of

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the sensor 1 part must go to the DPF, from the metal part with the blue bung on it to a rubber pipe
If you have located the sensor , can you get at it from underneath if you drive the van up a kerb
Or on Axle stands/ramps

You have checked the rubber pipes going to the dpf?
If 1 is split, you will get this error
 
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