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EBP sensor on 2006 - how hard to get to and clean?

Where is the EBP sensor located on my 2006 F250? I've been searching the web, and some say it's toward the front of the engine, and others say it's under the degas bottle. Anyone have something definitive?

I want to pull it out tonight and clean it up good as it could be causing my low boost issue. How quick can this be done?
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On my 03, it has a metal tube screwed into the front top of the drivers side exhaust manifold, that tube then runs up to the front of the driver side head to a bracket mounted on the thermostat housing and the ebp sensor Is screwed into that. I'm not sure about the newer trucks though.
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The problem is it can be under the degas or run up toward the front as portcity described
In 05 it was mounted in front the motor by the intake elbow and ran down the front cover over to the front passenger manifold, yet I have come across a few late 05 and 06 with it mounted back on the driver side. I think sometimes different manifolds get mounted on different trucks. I can't say that for certain but seems that way.
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