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Pressure Feedback Exhaust Sensor: Description and Operation
Differential Pressure Feedback EGR System

DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE FEEDBACK EGR SENSOR

Differential Pressure Feedback EGR Sensor

The differential pressure feedback EGR sensor (Figure 90) is a ceramic, capacitive-type pressure transducer that monitors the differential pressure across
a metering orifice located in the orifice tube assembly. The differential pressure feedback sensor receives this signal through two hoses referred to as the
downstream pressure hose (REF SIGNAL) and upstream pressure hose (HI SIGNAL). The HI and REF hose connections are marked on the differential
pressure feedback EGR sensor housing for identification (note that the HI signal uses a larger diameter hose). The differential pressure feedback EGR
sensor outputs a voltage proportional to the pressure drop across the metering orifice and supplies it to the PCM as EGR flow rate feedback.

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