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Old 11-07-2010, 04:00 PM
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wiring open ebpv vs deleting it

well today i through the codes for the ebpv. i figure its a little plugged up. i was reading that some people wire it open and plug the ebv hole with a pipe plug. is there a right up for what gets wired open? open to suggestions. i was just going to pull the ebv tube,check for cracks/holes and replace the sensor.
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Old 11-07-2010, 05:34 PM
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Wiring it open means you remove the actuator linkage and wire it in the open position with some bailing wire. Kinda ghetto fab if you ask me.

Deleting the flap is more work but gives you more airflow.
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Watch this: Gutting the Turbo Pedistal
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Mines gutted and deleted... took out everything tapped and threaded pedestal, unplugged sensor(important to leave unplugged btw) took ebpv out(drill out rivets, welded up holes, you could tap those too but eh welding worked too haha) its much nicer. yes it throws a soft code but you can get the dfuser ebpv eliminator and have no prob with that.
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Old 11-09-2010, 01:31 PM
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so rain and frigging cold weather has me stuck wiring it open for now. i want to make sure i wired it in the open position and not closed. i rotated the arm towards the drivers side/towards the turbo.
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