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Old 08-07-2011, 05:29 PM
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2000 F-350 Powerstroke, where's the EBP sensor?

Title says it all. Just bought a 2000 F-350 that had a "Service engine soon" light on. Used a buddies ODB scanner and it came back with P0478: Exhaust Pressure Control Valve High. Googling around brings up the recommendation to clean the EBP sensor and tube as a general fix.

The pictures I found show it on a '98 7.3l but the sensor must be in a different place on my truck. Do any of you guys have a picture or good description of where it is on the 2000 7.3?
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Old 08-07-2011, 08:24 PM
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Found it just behind the belt idler. I was looking too far back. Cleaned out the sensor (it was completely plugged) and the fitting it screwed in to. Disconnected the batteries for a while, and the code is gone.
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