Rev ...... just one o2 sensor an its pre DPF an it has 3 exhaust temp sensors, top an bottom of dpf an pre def injector in exhaust pipe.
updated original post to reflect thisRev ...... just one o2 sensor an its pre DPF an it has 3 exhaust temp sensors, top an bottom of dpf an pre def injector in exhaust pipe.
Yeah. That's one of the three diagrams across which the emissions components are spread. That particular diagram drove me crazy when I was doing my Particulate Matter Sensor search, because that sensor, and a few others do not show up on any parts diagram at all. Kind of infuriating when trying to work on the vehicles. Hopefully the service/repair manual has better diagrams, but by the time I get my hands on one at a price I can afford, we may have already put all the pieces together ourselves, making it unnecessary.I'm guessing you've seen this? It's not exactly straightforward:
EGR SYSTEM for 2014 Chevrolet Cruze (Diesel)
That's a good diagram. Even though it doesn't have the various twists and turns of the pipe, and some of the locations are slightly off (NOX2, for example, should be on the other side of the pipe), it at least provides the order they come in the stream. I see a few naming differences and location details that vary from what I have compiled above, so when I get a chance, I'll have to edit the original post to reflect those corrections. Thanks for posting the diagram!This is a great picture
You're right. I based that info on a too-hasty look at the parts and I crossed up the paths of the lines with those of similar neighboring hoses when I was tracing their path. I re-examined yesterday and found out that the part number traces back to the turbo actuator. I'll edit the OP to remove that erroneous info. Looks like it's time for me to start researching that DPS again to figure out where it is.You may need to re-look at the Differential Pressure Sensor location and hoses. It appears the hose labeled "pre DPF line" actually routes to the turbo variable-vane actuator and the hose labeled "post DPF line" goes to some sort of vacuum reservoir on the front of the engine.