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Old 12-19-2009, 05:46 PM
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Exclamation EBPV pull it or open!!!! I KNOW THIS HAS BEEN BROUGHT UP BEFORE.

I KNOW THIS HAS BEEN BROUGHT UP A GABILLION TIMES AND IVE LOOKED BUT NOBODY HAS EVER SAID HOW TO ACTUALLY REMOVE IT OR OPEN THAT BUTTERFLY VALVE OPEN SO SOMEONE PLEASE TELL ME IM DOIN THIS SUNDAY MORNING THX GUYS.

if you remove it dont you have to weld the holes closed after removing it?

meaning i thought after the middle thick pin is straight up and up and down removed out aint there two holes top and bottom that need to be sealed?

id rather just keep it open if its easier.

PICTURES WOULD HELP ALOT!

thx everyone

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I'd like to hear about this aswell since i'll be taking my turbo off again
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I'd like to hear about this aswell since i'll be taking my turbo off again
i wonder if i have to take off my turbo to unistall it i dont think so though
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I dont think you'd have to take it all off. Not sure on that man.
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sorry no pics....I drilled out the 2 riviots holding the shaft and the flap together. Smacked the end of the shaft until it drove out the freeze plug on the other end. Then drove the shaft out. I took the housing to parts store, found a freeze plug that fit the empty hole. Drove it in the hole, reinstalled the EBPV housing.
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I had the turbo off the truck at the time, but the EBPV can be removed without pulling the turbo. I also gutted the pedistol while I had everything apart.


The later SD 7.3 turbos are alot easier to pull than the turbos on the OBS trucks!
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To bad you dont have pics of doing all this. I have to take my turbo back off next week and would probably do this stuff.
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I'll look, I may have another EBPV laying around, I could take some pics of, I'l have to look for it. You can always unplug it. It normally open anyway.
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See I have no idea about it. Like when you say unplug it?
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