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Old 12-10-2012, 07:33 PM
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EBPV problems maybe? Just help please.

I got a 96 (Completely stock) and having some trouble. The truck will run fine until I try to pull a hill or try to let off the pedal then it loses ALL power and almost dies. The truck pours out white smoke and I don't think the turbo is spooling right.. could it be my ebpv closing and losing all power and could the smoke be from the ccv? I have no idea and haven't been able to drive my truck. Please help me.
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Could have a injector or injector o-ring issue. I've never seen the EBPV cause a white smoke issue.
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Could have a injector or injector o-ring issue. I've never seen the EBPV cause a white smoke issue.
Well everyone says that the lose of power then gaining it back maybe the EBPV but I think my white smoke is from the CCV because there is oil all over the hole in the intake.. If it was injectors wouldn't it be doing it all the time?
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Disconnect the EBPV and see what happens. I don't think the CCV is causing the white smoke. Hopefully someone will chime in that knows more about the 7.3 and can steer you in the right direction. Been a while since I had my 95.
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Disconnect the EBPV and see what happens. I don't think the CCV is causing the white smoke. Hopefully someone will chime in that knows more about the 7.3 and can steer you in the right direction. Been a while since I had my 95.
Alright man and thanks for the helping, I didn't mean to sound like a jerk but I just don't want to replace my injectors..
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Alright man and thanks for the helping, I didn't mean to sound like a jerk but I just don't want to replace my injectors..
You didn't sound like a jerk
I don't blame you, I wouldn't either. That's an expensive job, on the other hand, if it's just o-rings and you can do the work yourself it's not too expensive.
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You didn't sound like a jerk
I don't blame you, I wouldn't either. That's an expensive job, on the other hand, if it's just o-rings and you can do the work yourself it's not too expensive.
Alright and where is the plug for the ebpv? all I see is on 99 and newer so I don't know where to unplug it
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I think the wiring harness or plug runs along the intake side of the turbo. Probably have to disconnect the rod on the turbo also.
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I think the wiring harness or plug runs along the intake side of the turbo. Probably have to disconnect the rod on the turbo also.
Alright man thanks for the help! Will come back and tell you if it worked or not! Thanks!
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Does it make a whoossssshhhh sound when it bogs down?
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