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post #1 of 4 Old 07-18-2010, 11:27 AM Thread Starter
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What and were is the ebp sensor

What and were is the EBP sensor
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Exhaust Back Pressure sensor, i think. it is a black sensor attached to a hose right on top of the dpf with a metal bracket. On a delete pipe it is the only sensor right next to the egt. In fact it is the only sensor that is not an egt sensor in the entire exhaust system.

I may be wrong on the location there may be another one around the turbos like the 6.0l but not certain on that just know of the one that is at the dpf.
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The pressure sensor on the DPF and the exhaust back pressure sensor are totally different.

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EBP is the exhaust back pressure sensor. It is mounted on the driver side valve cover behind the fuel cooler.

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