P sensor question.

Discussion in 'Ask An Owner Operator' started by Keepforgettingmypassword, Jan 21, 2022.

  1. Keepforgettingmypassword

    Keepforgettingmypassword Light Load Member

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    One tube leading to the p sensor is wet.
    I just had all the updates done yesterday. So I want to give it a couple days to kinda clean its self up, so to speak.

    But, is that a watse of time.

    Is the only way this tube can be wet is from a bad egr cooler. Or could a bad p sensor cause the same problems?
     
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  3. Goodysnap

    Goodysnap Road Train Member

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    Engine?

    I assume your referring to the EGR delta sensor ports?

    It is not uncommon to find water in the form of condensation in this location. More common with drastic ambient temperature swings.
     
  4. Keepforgettingmypassword

    Keepforgettingmypassword Light Load Member

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    I will start looking eles where for my coolant leak then. Thank you.

    Yes that sensor.
     
  5. Goodysnap

    Goodysnap Road Train Member

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    If you think it may be coolant, put some on a coolant test strip and see if it changes color. Water won’t change the test strip.
     
  6. Keepforgettingmypassword

    Keepforgettingmypassword Light Load Member

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    Never heard of that. I will call orielys today to see if they have some.
     
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