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Gutless when cold!!

Let er warm upi for about 10 minutes before work this am, get in to head out and it is very hard pressed to get up to speed! I hear alot of noise in the cab coming from the passenger side as well, once we reached operating temperature power came back.

I was loosing speed going up the slightest of hills, throtle to the floor makes no difference.
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What do you think guys???
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It is your EBV being closed when the engine is cold. I believe it is operated from the pcm, the pcm looks at the EOT sensor. When the EOT is warm enough, the pcm opens up the EBV. How cold is it where you are at?

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its about -5 overnight and in the minus during the day.
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EBPV. You can keep it if you want, or unplug it from under the turbo on the pedestal.
If your GPs, GPR, and thermostat are all working properly, you shouldn't NEED it. But if you find it helps, leave it plugged in.



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I have to look at this tomorrow, is there a shaft that is to move on this mechanism? where exactly is it located if anyone has pics it would be appreciated.
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HELP!! LOL I need to find this I think I am just looking at the turbo actuator
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At the pedestal base, there is a rod coming out on the passenger side to the turbo outlet flange, inside that is a butterfly valve, that's the EBPV. It's working properly. If you don't want it to move, unplug the only thing plugged into the base of the pedestal in the valley.



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here you go

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SHOULD HAVE WASHED IT BEFORE TAKING PIC! But new bumper and headlights new pic!
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A pic of it in the truck. Unplug that. But it will still likely be gutless until it warms up but that should improve it a bit. Best thing you can do is switch to a diesel rated 5w40 in winter.

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