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Old 10-16-2011, 05:04 PM
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Ebpv plug question pics

ok guys with the cold weather coming im trying to figure out what to do with this ebpv i have a high idle tune on my daily from bill but i need to know can i just unplug this plug and if this is it i included some pic im not sure on this one thanks guys





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You can unplug the plug on the pedestal with no ill effects, besides a dumb soft code. Mine is gutted completely, which doesnt hurt a thing either..
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Is that the plug though
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Your pictures are blurry and small, I can't see a damn thing. There's only one plug on the pedestal...
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If you are just unplugging the EBV it's the plug on the bottom of the pedestal...thats all you need to do. +1 on gutting it at some point tho. I gutted mine, it sucked driving with the thing and it was noisy as hell.

Here's a pic of the plug on the pedestal:

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Definitely something I'll be doing
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If you are just unplugging the EBV it's the plug on the bottom of the pedestal...thats all you need to do. +1 on gutting it at some point tho. I gutted mine, it sucked driving with the thing and it was noisy as hell.

Here's a pic of the plug on the pedestal:

Noisy once you gutted it? And what part do you gut? The pedestal or the exhaust housing?


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Noisy once you gutted it? And what part do you gut? The pedestal or the exhaust housing?


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No, noisy before I gutted it. (When it was cold out) I actually bought a Non-EBV pedestal (it was cheap) and then I just gutted the butterfly out of the exhaust housing and capped it with a freeze plug. We'll see how I like it this winter.... I also have the 203* TS now, so hopefully between the TS and the high-idle it should warm up quick enough. I just hated listening to the EBV when it was closed and it made the truk a friggin slug when it was on/cold.
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