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Old 02-26-2014, 06:17 AM
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Sensor question

Hey guys if your looking at the HPOP from the front of the truck and on the left side elevated above it there's a sensor that has what looks like a dipstick tube going in to the bottom of it . its leaking oil im pretty sure and i have no idea what the heck that part is. Thanks in advance for the help.
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Old 02-26-2014, 06:52 AM
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EBP sensor? And you're getting oil out of it? Can you post a pic up just to make sure. That tube should be going down to the front of your passenger exhaust manifold.
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Yea thats were the tube goes.. and i have an oil leak and i see oil around that sensor..EBV whats that stand for? Oh and how do i add a pic to a message...thanks
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Old 02-26-2014, 07:34 AM
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Like a quart every 1000 miles leak
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EBP, Exhaust Back Pressure. Reads pressure on the exhaust side. Backpressure is exhaust side and boost is on intake side.

If you're getting oil out of there then something is not right. You're only supposed to get exhaust out of there. You need to pull the tube and sensor and clean it out and see whats going on. Post up a pic too if you can.
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Use the "attach" feature (paper clip icon above the editor window) to attach a pic to a post.
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come to find out the oil definetly isnt coming from there. im still investigating.
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