Ford Trouble Code P1405?

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P1405 means that your differential pressure feedback sensor upstream hose is off or plugged. Locate your EGR valve and look for the tube coming from it. Another two small tubes leading from the large one lead to the sensor. This is where this problem would occur. These sensors are, however, prone to failure.
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Differential Pressure Feedback Electronic Sensor circuit Upstream Hose.
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DPF EGR sensor upstream hose off or plugged.
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1. Rent a code reader at your local auto parts store. Most auto part stores require you to put a certain amount of money down to rent the code reader and will then refund your money
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Nothing to do with a "tune up" [whatever that is] or your starter. "Tune - Ups haven't been performed for over 30 years. Source(s) http://lmgtfy.com/?q=P1405.
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