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EBPV ?

Got a 96 7.3 psd. Does anyone have any info on where to get a new EBPV rod and seal assembly. Had a oil leak from either there or the o rings on the pedistool and want to replace it all why it is apart since it is such a bear to get off . Ive found the O rings for the pedistool but cant seem to locate a new EBPV rod and seal asembly.
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Was tryin to find somewhere in which i could order it online.... Im gonna try the local ford garage tommorow and see how much they wanna rape me for it lol.
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Do you want to keep the EBPV and rod? If not, you can gut and plug the pedistal you have now to stop the leaks, and then just wire the EBPV open

If you need info/help on doing that - I have some video's in the tech files

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If it was mine id probubly be fine with doing that ... But it is my mothers truck im working on and only has 30,000 mi on it and not to sure she'd be game for doing that .... Although it doesnt leave the garage in the winter and only gets used a handfull of times all year so im sure it wouldnt hurt none... I will have to see what she wants to do with it. Thanks for the imput though
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Unplugging the ebpv wont hurt anything. Ive had mine unplugged for about a year now, with no issues. It takes a minute or two longer to warm up the cab, buts thats the only negitive about unplugging it or completely deleting it.

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racinmonkey - where do you live?

If it's really only used that much why spend a fortune on getting a new pedistal?

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Now will unpluging it make it quit pumping oil out of it ?
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Is that the only way to get it...... by buyin a whole pedistal
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