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Hey there. So I recently went to Chevy to get my CEL diagnosed. And the technician told me that the code was for the Nox #2 sensor this time. And I’m just wondering if I have to get that replaced before I do a DPF delete or not. Because I don’t want to spend close to $800 to have that part replaced if it’s part of the DPF because I’ll just be deleting that sensor then.
 

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its not part of the dpf

its part of your emissions system, post dpf in the scr

if youre deleting, you wont need to replace the sensor
 

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Might want to check with local regulations and enforcement. I was reading about Alberta moving towards emission testing personal diesel vehicles with substantial penalties for deletes. This was over a year ago.
 

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Might want to check with local regulations and enforcement. I was reading about Alberta moving towards emission testing personal diesel vehicles with substantial penalties for deletes. This was over a year ago.
the source for that info is likely garbage

alberta doesnt even look at the emission systems on commercial vehicles on the yearly inspection anymore

page 27 http://www.transportation.alberta.ca/Content/docType41/Production/CVIManual.pdf

if they aint after commercial vehicles, they wont go after personal
 
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