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Old 09-10-2008, 04:07 PM
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Is this plug suppose to be pluged in?

I was loooking at my truck the other day and i notice that a plug right under the turbo was unpluged. i believe its been that way since i got it back from the diesel shop in february.. heres a link to a picture of the plug to show yall what im talking about

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I was loooking at my truck the other day and i notice that a plug right under the turbo was unpluged. i believe its been that way since i got it back from the diesel shop in february.. heres a link to a picture of the plug to show yall what im talking about

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Its for the EBPV, the valve doesnt work, but maybe you dont needed it, you can be in that way and dont hurt anything.
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Yes that the Exhaust back pressure valve plug...with it unplugged the valve is not closing on cold starts
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oh ok thanks guys for the help
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on the 94 -97 models ive left alot of them unplugged because they are bad to close when hot , there is probably a reason for it not to be plugged in
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oh ok thanks guys for the help

Not problem, glad to help you.
I really like your truck, the outside grey color is the same of the interior?
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SCUBBY 828!!!

Hi 828!! I'm new here and it seems to me that you are the Honcho Here. So here goes; I need some help with my 2001 F350 Crew Cab. has 7.3 all stock.81,690 miles. Was driving yesterday and over night rested, this morning would not start. Turns over but no go. Drained fuel/water and still no start, just very little water. Drain for 15 seconds till it stopped. I let pump run till it shut off then tried to start but no go. Any Help would be greatly appreciated.


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Hi 828!! I'm new here and it seems to me that you are the Honcho Here. So here goes; I need some help with my 2001 F350 Crew Cab. has 7.3 all stock.81,690 miles. Was driving yesterday and over night rested, this morning would not start. Turns over but no go. Drained fuel/water and still no start, just very little water. Drain for 15 seconds till it stopped. I let pump run till it shut off then tried to start but no go. Any Help would be greatly appreciated.


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you would probably get the required help if you made your own thread with the question.

did you check your oil pressure to see if it its primed so the injectors can fire?
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