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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-20-2019, 06:57 PM Thread Starter
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I need some help. This sensor (see picture attachments) on my wife's 2005 Mercury Sable broke while replacing the valve cover gaskets due to the plastic being extremely brittle.

It's attached to a black metal bracket bolted to the valve cover closest to the firewall. The bracket also holds the plug for the top O2 sensor. The sensor has two small what appear to be vacuum lines connected to it, or at least it did before the plastic crumbled. It is wrapped in heat shielding.

Hopefully this is something I can pick up at a parts store, I really need to get this back together by the end of the day tomorrow.

Thanks for any help you can offer in advance.
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Except for the shield it looks like what's left of a DPFE to me

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Thank you, the parts store has it listed as the EGR Valve Pressure Feedback Sensor.
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