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DPF Pressure Sensor Fitting

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Old Sep 16th, 2020, 18:53   #1
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Apologies for the simplistic nature of this post but I am looking to replace the DPF Pressure Sensor in my 2009 C70. I have located it near to the battery but is it possible to provide me with a step by step removal and installation instructions please?
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Suggest you post in the section for your car, this is for C70 up to 2005 - no DPFs on our cars.
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If it is similar to the V70, then its a push fit. Unplug electrical connector (press down on tab then pull off) then pull up sensor, holding pipes to avoid stressing them, press new sensor into pipes. Check orientation before you take the old one off! Insert connector (its quite hard to get all the way in until it clicks due to the waterproof seal).

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Apologies for the simplistic nature of this post but I am looking to replace the DPF Pressure Sensor in my 2009 C70. I have located it near to the battery but is it possible to provide me with a step by step removal and installation instructions please?
dont buy a cheap ebay one get a genuine volvo/ ford one i made this mistake ended up spending more than i needed to c70 2010
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Thank you for your advice so far, apologies if this is the forum...
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Old Sep 17th, 2020, 21:26   #6
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Suggest you post in the section for your car, this is for C70 up to 2005 - no DPFs on our cars.
Yup thank god for that..Only one cure for Dpf issues and that's Delete ,delete ,delete.. And before anyone pips up with the legality or moral high ground I couldn't care less.
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