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    EGT sensor

    My check engine light came on and I checked the code and it came up as an exhaust gas temperature sensor problem. I deleted the code hoping that it wouldn't come back and it came back a few hours later. I have the repair manual for the car but it has an aftermarket exhaust system from the turbo back. Where is the EGT sensor on the stock exhaust system, and if it has been deleted, where would I find evidence of that? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by subcon View Post
    My check engine light came on and I checked the code and it came up as an exhaust gas temperature sensor problem. I deleted the code hoping that it wouldn't come back and it came back a few hours later. I have the repair manual for the car but it has an aftermarket exhaust system from the turbo back. Where is the EGT sensor on the stock exhaust system, and if it has been deleted, where would I find evidence of that? Thanks.
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