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Old 11-11-2008, 03:31 PM
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EBPV question

Is there a simple way to permanatly open the EBPV on my 95? I unplugged the connection on the drivers side by the turbo but it still closes when its cold. I think it gets stuck or something cause it takes like 10-15 minutes to finally open... even on hi idle tune. It has gotten a little cold lately but not to bad, 35-40* at the lowest.
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Bump, It gets pretty annoying wait for the thing to open up after school everyday. Not to mention the idle sounds like **** when its closed, sounds like its blowing exhaust through a non-spinning turbo or something.
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If you unplugged it, it shouldn't be closing. Did you get the right plug?

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You can pull the housing out and gut and plug it.
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If you unplugged it, it shouldn't be closing. Did you get the right plug?

Thats what I thought. No I deffinatly have the right plug that was described and pictured to me on here, unless a member showed me the wrong plug.
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Old 11-11-2008, 05:35 PM
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Thats what I thought. No I deffinatly have the right plug that was described and pictured to me on here, unless a member showed me the wrong plug.
I unplugged the sensor marked (EPR Sensor) on PSD0389's truck and it fixed his.
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Yeah like doug said he unplugged mine and it no longer does it at all. Thanks again doug I appreciate it finally got rid of the obnoxious noise that sounded like an industrial fan
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[QUOTE=PSD0389;837872]Yeah like doug said he unplugged mine and it no longer does it at all. Thanks again doug I appreciate it finally got rid of the obnoxious noise that sounded like an industrial fan[/QUOTE/]

Exactly, I couldnt think of a way to describe the sound besides its bad.
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I unplugged mine and it still does it??? I want to find the easiest way to manually open the valve for good.
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I unplugged mine and it still does it??? I want to find the easiest way to manually open the valve for good.
Unplug the one in front of the fuel filter bowl more towards the passenger side of the motor. It has a metal tube that comes out of the bottom of it.
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