What is DPFE?

Answer DPFE, along with EGR, is a system that is used in cars to regulate the fuel/air mixture going into the engine of a car. It does this by measuring differences in pressure between two tubes hooked up... Read More »

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What is a dpfe sensor?

DPFE refers to "Delta Pressure Feedback of EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation)." A DPFE sensor is a device used in the DPFE system to compare the amount of exhaust going into an engine to the amount of... Read More »

How to Clean a DPFE?

The Delta Pressure Feedback exhaust gas return sensor is an emissions-related sensor utilized by Ford in many models such as the Focus, Crown Victoria and F-150 that monitors exhaust pressure chang... Read More »

How to Remove a DPFE Sensor?

The Differential Pressure Feedback Exhaust Sensor is designed to monitor and measure the pressure of the exhaust gas recirculation valve. This way, the DPFE sensor can help prevent the valve from a... Read More »

How to Test the DPFE Sensor?

The Differential Pressure Feedback Exhaust Sensor, or DPFE sensor, is part of the vehicle's exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) system. The sensor monitors and measures the pressure with the EGR valve.... Read More »