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WTF..EBPV

Can someone explain what the EBPV is. I am assuming it has something to do with the turbo and helping the truck warm up. OR am I just an idiot. Lately especially after I did the DIY 6637 kit I have heard the wierd sound and a small lack of power alot more.. I rev up the truck and it goes away. It will hapen even when the truck has been running for a few hrs. It had been around 10 degrees so it has been cold but the heater blows out reallly hot air. If I could I would like to delete this thing if its not to hard. Any help would be great. FYI. Since I got on these web sight I feel like im in the honeymoon stage again with my truck.
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There's a wire harness right under the intake side of the turbo, 2 wires I think. Unplug it. Report back.
And yes, it's supposed to help it warm up, you're not an idiot.

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You can delete it, if you do some searching on here there should be a couple threads about it. Or like said above you can always unplug it and yes it is a 2 wire plug.

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Just so the damned thing doesn't jam shut on you, or part shut, you can also wire the valve in the open position on the exit side of the exhaust turbine. I got rid of the whole ebpv system on my trucks to simplify the things.

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I have the non ebpv side of theturbo if ur interested

2008 f250 king ranch ccsb: spartan ndash, s&b cold air intake, 4" turbo back flo pro exhaust, amp research steps, 8" rough country lift (atleast front for now), 24x13" fuel hostages ptm on 38" nitto trail graps.
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Just so the damned thing doesn't jam shut on you, or part shut, you can also wire the valve in the open position on the exit side of the exhaust turbine.
How do you do that?

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I unplugged the wire and so far so good. I can't stand the noise it was making. Now I need to work on my massive oil leak where the dip stick goes into the oil pan
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I unplugged the wire and so far so good. I can't stand the noise it was making. Now I need to work on my massive oil leak where the dip stick goes into the oil pan
there is a repair kit for it. use it. don't keep tighten the nut. if you distort the in pan part the $50 repair kits doesn't work and you need to buy the $300 version

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