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Old 06-03-2012, 09:23 AM
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Exhaust temp. sensor problems

I have a 11' 550, and have quite a few problems with it, was in shop twice this last week for exhaust temp. sensor failure. When that happens you get a nice little message to pull off road safely, and you better do it quick because it quits on you, and your done. Anyone else having these issues?
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There have been a few here who've run into faulty EGT sensors.
Was it the same one or different ones?
This is SOP with a EGT sensor failure.
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There's way too many sensors on the truck that can fail and leave you stranded.
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It's just very irritating, this is my work truck, when it's down I'm down.
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