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EBPV Tube?

Hey guys so last night i was cleaning the ebpv valve sensor and tube and when i got the tube off noticed it had a crack and a rather large hole in it, so after doing of few other things that needed to be done i went inside to start looking online to see how much this damn tube was going to be well i couldnt find it, i tried orielly auto parts, autozone, and even fords part website and it wasnt there. so i was wondering if anyone else has had to replace this and if they know the part number or at least where they found it.

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i dont know the part #
But I do know that some fellows make it themselves from a brake line for like $5

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Guzzles site dieselorings.com has them

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not to hijack but with a related item - what should your psi be for your exhaust back pressure? I cleaned my tube and sensor awhile ago because they were both completely clogged and now i have a scan gauge and see an average of 40-42psi. Wondering if this was normal ?

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Mine runs 14.7 at idle.
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Depends what you're using to read it.
My insight takes off atmospheric pressure in the reading so mine reads 0 at idle and very low at cruising speeds.
14.7 at idle would be the equivalent of a zero reading because you device is reading atmospheric pressure.
In any case, a reading of 40 is off, unless that's under load, and you should replace the sensor.

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cheapest ive seen is ebay.
was like 30-40 bucks.
i bought mine from ford for about 70-80

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DieselOrings: Exhaust Back Pressure Replacement Tube 99.5 - 03 7.3L Diesel

$40 and it is an OEM part

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Ok, thanks everyone! I think i might go check out some salvage yards for one before i drop $40 on a new one. And then later down the road when i have the money get a new one.

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ones in the salvage yard probably are cracked or have holes as well.
i would just do it once then be done with it.

it wont be a huge issue right now. you might be losing a little mpg but your truck is gonna run fine.

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