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I know EBPV stand for Exhaust Back Pressure Valve. I have a 2002 F250 7.3. Can someone tell me what EBPV do for the truck? I'm new to diesel. Saw some sites that sell pedestal that doesn't have EBPV. Any info would be great. Thank you.

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It helps the engine warm faster. I disconnected mine, but honestly I never heard it kick in. In SC it probably wasn't necessary anyway.
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Gotcha! I live in Indiana. So I might leave EBPV alone. It sure does get real cold in Indiana.

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It helps the engine warm faster. I disconnected mine, but honestly I never heard it kick in. In SC it probably wasn't necessary anyway.
Yep... That is it's only purpose, and it should only operate in cold weather conditions.

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Gotcha! I live in Indiana. So I might leave EBPV alone. It sure does get real cold in Indiana.
The only issue you may run into with it is oil leaking by the actuator rod. If/when this happens, you can replace the seal or delete it.

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