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EBPV Delete

what is the easiest way to turn off the EBPV on a stock 96er??

if you see a light at the end of the tunnel, it's probably just a photon torpedo
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easiest way is just to unplug it......it will throw a code but the code wont turn the CEL on...
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easiest way is just to unplug it......it will throw a code but the code wont turn the CEL on...
cel?? you mean the light on the dash???

unplug the soleniod i presume??

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cel?? you mean the light on the dash???

unplug the soleniod i presume??
yes sir....and yes sir.....
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what is a EBPV?
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Exhaust Back Pressure Valve. It's on the outlet of the turbine and closes to warm the engine in cold weather.

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yes sir....and yes sir.....
thanks, i have the complete tech manual on my truck that i got from my local Ford dealer. i think i found the solenoid.

what differences should i expect to see??

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thanks, i have the complete tech manual on my truck that i got from my local Ford dealer. i think i found the solenoid.

what differences should i expect to see??
no performance difference except when the motor is cold....then the valve wont close robbing you of performance...
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You may have to remove the intake tube that goes from the air filter to the turbo. The plug is bolted to the inlet of the compressor housing. It is a two wire plug.

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What is that? I dont have one of those
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