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post #1 of 10 Old 02-11-2012, 05:46 PM Thread Starter
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wanted: someone's EBPV solenoid from delete

If someone has an EBPV solenoid from when you deleted the system and replaced the pedestal I would like to purchase it. How about $20 for a part that is sitting in your spare parts bin collecting dust for the rest of forever, as long as it worked when you took it out. I've been told they are about $100 new from the dealer.
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why do you want to replace yours? Why not just unplug it and you wont have to worry bout it anymore at all??

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I would like it to be functional for the cold morning warm-ups (its typically 20deg F or colder for about 6 months out of the year here). Also, I want to use it as an exhaust brake.
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I have one, are you sure that's the issue?
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Yep, I broke the electrical connector right off when I removed the turbo to pull the engine.

I am pretty sure that is the only thing wrong since I cleaned the EBP tube last week (which wasn't very dirty) when I rebuilt the engine and the EBP sensor still works as verified with AE. I also installed a GTP38R after rebuild and had to install the butterfly portion from the old turbo, it operated freely by hand and so did the actuator on the pedestal.

Steve, if you don't mind parting with yours, I could sure use it. Send me a PM with how to get in touch with you.
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Hell I'd give you mine for shipping, but I broke the electrical connection off too!

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Did you get a ebpv solenoid yet?? I just deleted my waste gate and replaced the pedestal too. I am headed to Bozeman this week end so let me know.
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I'd be interested to see if you don't have any quicker warm up times with a working EBPV.



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Yes, I did get a solenoid. Thanks for following up.

I do believe the warm-up times are a bit shorter with the EBPV, I can start the truck in the driveway go feed the horses and when I get back the temp needle is coming up off of the bottom. When the EBPV was not operating it seemed like I was a half mile or so up the road before the temp needle started climbing, but the morning temps then were colder than they are now.

71tax2, do you notice an improvement with power, response, or mileage with the delete?

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I am just completing the ebpv update and few other things and I was hoping to got Bozeman to see I it improved (4.5 hour drive) but I am running out of time for that but I will let you know either way. I will be making plenty of trips to Bozeman and Cardwell.
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