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Old 03-10-2004, 11:29 PM
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Question Excessive Egr Flow??

OK GUYS-- HERE IS A QUESTION FOR SOMEONE OUT THERE!!

CHECK ENGINE LIGHT CAME ON TONIGHT

WENT TO MY LOCAL 24 HOUR A/Z TO HAVE THE CODE READ

CODE CAME BACK AS EXCESSIVE EGR FLOW

WHAT CAN CAUSE THIS??:worm:

THE GUY AT A/Z (WHO I HAVE DEALT W/ FOR QUITE SOME TIME) SAID TO RUN SOME REALLY GOOD CLEANER THROUGH THE GAS.
ANY OTHER OPTIONS????

PS THIS IS ON MY 01 SCAPE- 3.0 W/ 51000 MILES
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egr

my dpfe sensor when out on my escape and autozone said it was the egr valve but when I took it to the ford place they told me that it was the dpfe sensor that tells the egr valve to open and close mine was stuck closed I was getting 17mpg after I got it fixed I get 22mpg highway help out alot 63000 on it right now
check your DPFE sensor first before you check your egr valve.
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Old 03-11-2004, 09:06 AM
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thanks- BTW what is the DPFE sensor and how much was it?? That may be it b/c my mileage has been sucking real bad lately
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dpfe sensor

i DON'T KNOEW EXACTLY WHAT IT IS BUT I know I was going 240 miles on a tank of gas and now I am going 292 miles and it only takes 13 gal to fill up so if i push it i can probley go 300 miles on a tank it cost me $203.00 to get mine fixed. It help me alot
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Old 03-11-2004, 07:53 PM
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It's been posted elsewhere that you can clean those egr valves to relieve stickiness or other malfuncitons. Try that. Do a search on this FTE site.
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DPFE = Delta ( or Differential) Pressure Feedback EGR sensor.
It is a small sensor that tells the vehicles PCM (Powertrain Control Module) how much the EGR valve is open.
Check with your dealer as there may be extended warranty coverage on it.
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Old 03-12-2004, 03:01 PM
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Thanks- turns out that there is extra coverage (yeah) I am taking it in tomarrow!
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Update__ All fixed courtesy of Ford! went in for one thing, came out w/ two things fixed guess they figured out the seat belt need to fixes as well!
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Update__ All fixed courtesy of Ford! went in for one thing, came out w/ two things fixed guess they figured out the seat belt need to fixes as well!
Did they replace the seat belt buckle with one about twice the size as the OEM? I've heard alot of people complain about the replacements being large.
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seat belt

there large and ugly my on the driver side sticks I have to have it seen about
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They Big, Black and Ugly!! Not Exactly what I expected!! Oh well, guess all I can do is call ford and complain!
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warranty

sriggle did they fix your escape under warranty what was wrong
with it was it the dpfe or the egr they did not cover mine under
warranty i have 63000 on mine and it cost me $203.00
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Ford had an extended warranty on it to 60,000 miles. just lucky mine went out be4 60k! I just put my first tank of gas in so we'll see if it help my MPG!
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