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Old 05-26-2013, 02:53 PM
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EBP READING 0 PSI when not running and 2 PSI AT IDLE?

my edge insight is saying my EBP Is 0 when the engines off and 2-3 at idle. I though it should be roughly the same as barometric and MAP. Is this an edge insight issue or is the sensor bad? I do get a bucking when pulling hills and sometimes on flate freeway.
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Old 05-26-2013, 03:46 PM
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Whats your baro sensor reading at idle?
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It's about 14.9. Map is 14.
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my edge insight is saying my EBP Is 0 when the engines off and 2-3 at idle. I though it should be roughly the same as barometric and MAP. Is this an edge insight issue or is the sensor bad? I do get a bucking when pulling hills and sometimes on flate freeway.
EGR intact?

Whose tuning
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EGR intact?

Whose tuning
Yes truck is a bone stock 2003 excursion with no tunes.
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Old 05-26-2013, 04:06 PM
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Theres your answer.

Trucks with EGR intact will almost always show a few PSI of EBP. Its needed for EGR flow
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Theres your answer.

Trucks with EGR intact will almost always show a few PSI of EBP. Its needed for EGR flow
So does that mean it is working correctly? I'm a ford newbie! Thanks for the help!
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Old 05-26-2013, 04:29 PM
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Yup

Turbo vanes might be a bit sticky though
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Depending on the buid date of your truck... If your truck is pre 9/29/03 and has the updated inferred 06E17 strategy in the PCM, the EBP sensor is no longer used. The EBP is "inferred" through MAF, MAP, BARO, and EOT. Check your build date
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Old 05-26-2013, 05:25 PM
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However, at idle, with no load, and the VGT DC at 60-75%, the EBP should be 12-20psi
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