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post #1 of 9 Old 08-02-2013, 07:09 PM Thread Starter
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DAMN EBP

Truck keeps throwing that damn P2263 so I took off the EBP pipe and sensor to clean it out. The tub was clean and the sensor had a little build up but nothing bad. I've done my EGR deletes etc etc. w/ Spartan 310 tune. I have read that it could be related to turbo bearings and oil levels as well as the VGT not working. I've checked all that except for the bearings. WTF? I don't have leaking injectors and the head gaskets are good. Any idea?

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Mine throws that code every winter cause the tube freezes up then the vgt shuts down. Happened once in the summer too if change the ebp sensor even if it looks fine I bet that will fix it

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That will be my next step after I do all the free checks. I don't know if the heat and 136K on it has anything to do but it's getting old. The performance isn't hindered one bit so I don't know.

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You could always move the sensor and eliminate the tube.

Here's mine.
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Think I'll be doing that tomorrow. Did you have to replace the sensor? Or did you move it and it stopped throwing code?

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Here's a couple pics I did also. I guess there is a block off plate you can buy that already has the threads for the ESP sensor. I have never looked.
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Is the heat bad for the sensor? I thought the tube was there because its a pressure sensor and the sensor will get to hot? Just curious

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Is the heat bad for the sensor? I thought the tube was there because its a pressure sensor and the sensor will get to hot? Just curious
Good question!

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Without a DPF and EGR, the exhaust doesn't get nearly as hot as before. I'm guessing that's a factor.

I've had mine this way since about January with no issues as of yet.
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