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Old 02-24-2013, 01:44 PM
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Sensor Trouble!!!!

Got an 04 6.0 and I found a sensor broke while looking around under the hood.. And i have no idea what it could be. If standing in front on the truck it's on the driver side almost underneath we're the fuel filter goes under the hood .. I uploaded a picture on here don't one it it worked or not but its the sensor.. Hopefully someone can help me out
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Old 02-24-2013, 03:26 PM
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Lookes like EBP sensor exhaust back pressure sensor
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Old 02-24-2013, 04:17 PM
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Yes, that is the EBP sensor on MYs 03-04. It is a 50psi 3-wire, 5v sensor, 1/8" npt fitting. The later model year EBPs are different, they use a JIC fitting.
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The truck is idleing high and a light miss in it .. The I found the sensor but the engine light or any thing is on?????
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That sensor should be mounted to a bracket that is bolted to the thermostat housing or the front of the drivers side valve cover.
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The truck is idleing high and a light miss in it .. The I found the sensor but the engine light or any thing is on?????
I have no clue what you are asking? Your sensor is broke in 2 pieces with the interface connection broke inside the plug.

The sensor in the picture below is used in a different location. However, it is the same dimensions as your broken sensor. This is what it is suppose to look like.

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