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I have a question about the ebpv system. I have deleted my flapper and gutted the pedestal and I was told that there is a tube running from the pedestal to the front of the pass exhaust manifold, is this true? Also it has come to the conclusion that my grey morning smoke pouring out the exhaust is because either my tube is clogged or due to my flapper missing up here in AK being 0 degrees. I have done everything else possible to this truck and have decided to give up on this ongoing smoking issue. Thanks for reading.
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How much smoke are we talking about? the tube your talking about Is the ebpv sensor on the front of the motor the tube runs along the passenger side you can see it from the passenger side wheel well.

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I'm talking about morning smoke and it puffs. Does that tube go back to the pedestal?
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the tube goes from the passenger side exhaust manifold to the ebpv sensor thats it.
it does not run to the pedestal.
sounds like you are having glow plug related issues.
fyi synthetic oil makes these trucks start much smoother and easier in colder weather

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Okay thanks appreciate the help. That is what I thought but maybe there was another tube running back.
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