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Old 01-24-2014, 07:16 AM
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Frozen EBP affect fueling?

Since i live in NW ohio we've been getting temps at or below zero and when my trucks starts up after work it has been starting very rough. My turbo is stuck at 15% nd i get a code for EBPS.

Each time i cleared the code though (while idling) the truck would stumble worse and stall. The only way to get it to run smooth is to drive it, get rpms above 2000 and light the turbo. then it stops smoking and runs smooth.

Any idea?
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Old 01-24-2014, 07:37 AM
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Well, the logical 1st step would be to clean and check your EBP sensor and tubing. They do need to be cleaned up every once in a while...
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I've been needing to clean mine also. I have been waiting for temps above 30 degrees though. It might have to wait a couple months since it doesn't get driven much.
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