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Old 01-28-2014, 07:28 AM
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Is this a non ebv pedestal.

So, under the impression that my truck had never had an ebpv delete done I went ahead to tackle it.... Once I got the pedestal out I'm confused.... I'm 90 percent sure this is a non ebv pedestal can someone double check for me so I'm sure. Lol just wasted some time, I also don't see a butterfly anywhere in the inlets or exhaust of turbo lol.
Is this a non ebv pedestal.-imageuploadedbyautoguide1390926377.831406.jpgIs this a non ebv pedestal.-imageuploadedbyautoguide1390926387.870233.jpg

I looked up the part numbers going id find I had a surprise 38r too- no love, it's a stock 38, no shaft play at 250k miles so I'm assuming maybe it got rebuilt and they deleted ebv on the rebuild.... That could explain why my ebv brake tune from jody doesn't work lol as well as why I'm throwing an ebv code probably


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Yessir its a non ebpv pedestal. You said there is no butterfly on the turbo so its definitely been deleted. Code shouldn't throw a CEL.


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Another pic of where I THOUGHT the butterfly would be.... This ebv delete had already been done hasnt itIs this a non ebv pedestal.-imageuploadedbyautoguide1390927374.968990.jpg


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You are correct. There is no EVP there.
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So if I am throwing an ebv code should I try cleaning the sensor? It is there a sensor delete since it's not needed anymore


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That's where the butterfly would be. Ricemiester is correct that is a non ebpv pedestal
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Lol well that's am epic waste of time lol, hey at least I took off the turbo for the first time. And found possible fuel leak in vicinity of fuel bowl dammit! Could be contributing to my crap mileage


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It's throwing the following codes

P0470 exhaust pressure sensor
P0475 exhaust pressure control valve

I have a deleted ebpv so I'd like to get rid of these codes. Will cleaning the tube do it or can I delete the sensor completely and throw a resistor somewhere


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Old 01-28-2014, 07:54 AM
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Never a waste of time you learned something new, which led you to finding a fuel leak.

You need to keep the EBP sensor since the PCM uses that reading, the two arent related. Some report a mileage increase after cleaning Welcome to guzzle's Exhaust Backpressure Sensor Cleaning Maintenance Web Page

The fuel bowl is not to hard or expensive to rebuild Fuel Bowl Parts and O-rings - 1999-2003 Ford 7.3L
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Thx I've seen his how to on the cleaning. I guess I'll try that first.

Isn't there some kind of resistor mod to fix the code getting thrown too


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