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Question P006A after cleaning EBP sensor?

While I was doing the head job I decided to clean the EBP sensor, it was so coked up you couldn't fit a tooth pick in the hole.

Now I've got a P006A code and from what I've found is related to the MAP and EBP sensors, but can't seem to find a solution

Other than that, running like a champ except the smell of burnt oil in the cab, guessing that will go away over time. The y-pipe was cracked and was leaking into the cab, turbo was junk too adding to the smell.

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Actually it is a Maf corelation code. Probably from cleaning the ebp. You also cleaned the tube right? You may need to clean the MAF with electronic cleaner or the PCM may need to adjust to the new flow readings.


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Re: P006A after cleaning EBP sensor?

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Actually it is a Maf corelation code. Probably from cleaning the ebp. You also cleaned the tube right? You may need to clean the MAF with electronic cleaner or the PCM may need to adjust to the new flow readings.
Yes I cleaned the tube. I'll give cleaning the MAF sensor a try after the snow.

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Re: P006A after cleaning EBP sensor?

Well cleaned the MAF and the code went away. Now have a P132B which I know is a turbo code. I have checked for exhaust and intake leaks and haven't found any.

The turbo was rebuilt about 700 miles ago...any ideas?

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Your ebp also effects your turbo vgt.
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Your ebp also effects your turbo vgt.
So, bad EBP sensor? I pulled it while putting a new thermostat in and it was still clean.

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you likely need a VGT learn procedure. Only 03s need this because of the inferred EBP strategy. The vehicle will automatically do this at a warm idle in park, you may hear it cycling the vanes open and closed several times before it completes and returns to normal.

Also cleaning your EBP isn't going to do anything, the PCM no longer uses it for an input.

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Re: P006A after cleaning EBP sensor?

I'll try it see what happens. Maybe I'll clear the code in the morning and see if it comes back.

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132B is weird. Any sensor bias, intake or exhaust leak will cause it. I forget exactly what EOT needs to be before it will learn but it should do it as long as all the sensors are reading correctly. A sticking turbo can cause it too

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Re: P006A after cleaning EBP sensor?

Well, cleared the codes and was gone for 150 miles then came back along with my fan speed sensor signal code at about 175 miles. I've put 3 fan clutches in and can't get rid of the damn code.

Truck runs great except the p132b and fan speed sensor signal code.

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