OBD2 Sensors >> Paccar MX11 / MX13 I6 Engine Sensor Locations

Driver Side of 2012 PACCAR MX13 I6
  1. Common Rail Fuel injectors (under valve cover center of cylinder head)
  2. Unit Pumps (rear of engine fitted to engine block)
  3. Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor (middle of fuel rail)
  4. Supply Fuel Pressure Sensor (located on driver side rear of engine)
  5. Fuel Temp Sensor (located on driver side rear of engine)
  6. Camshaft position sensor (CMP) (located at the back of engine on the bellhousing)
  7. Crankshaft position sensor (CKP) (located at the back of engine on the bellhousing)
  8. Oil pressure sensor (driver’s side of engine block behind alternator)
  9. Oil Temperature Sensor (behind oil filters)
  10. Turbocharger Speed Sensor (center of turbocharger housing)
  11. Turbocharger Compressor Intake Pressure/Temp Sensor (inlet of compressor side of turbo)
  12. VGT Actuator Position Sensor (inside VGT actuator)
  13. Exhaust Gas Temp Sensor (above Air Fuel ration Sensor in exhaust)
  14. Coolant temperature sensor (located at right rear of engine)
  15. Exhaust Gas Pressure Sensor (attached to exhaust manifold towards front of engine)
  16. Exhaust Backpressure Sensor (attached to EGR Cooler inlet towards rear of engine)
  17. Charge Air Cooler Temp Sensor (attached to air inlet at intake manifold)
  18. EGR Mass Flow / Temp sensor (front of engine near lifting eye)
  19. EGR Temp Sensor (attached to EGR crossover pipe in front of engine)
  20. EGR Valve Position Sensor (attached behind EGR Valve)
  21. Air Fuel Ratio Sensor (outlet of turbine side of turbocharger)
  22. Barometric Pressure Sensor (attached to side of ECM)
  23. Intake Manifold Temp and Pressure Sensors (driver side of intake manifold at front of engine)

Opposite Side of 2012 PACCAR MX13 I6

Engine Found in These Trucks (starting 2010-current):

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  • Peterbilt
  • Leyland Truck
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1 year ago

It´s de first time I find this information, Thank´s.