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Old 11-27-2011, 12:35 PM
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EBPV and High Idle

I've noticed now that it's getting colder some things about the truck. My truck has the high idle reprogram (nice feature since I don't have a chip yet). I was wondering on other trucks that have it what the time for it to kick in is. My EBPV and high idle take around 2 mins to kick on. EBPV is probably b/c I need to clean the sensor and tube. Considering the high idle and ebpv close happen at the same time, what are they dependant on (EBPV is obvious)? Obviously AIT, ECT, EOT, anything else?
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Mine takes about 2 min also. I think it is programed that way to make sure you are letting the truck warm up and not planning on driving. If i tap the brakes while it is in high idle it will come back down immediately.
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Mine takes about 2 min also. I think it is programed that way to make sure you are letting the truck warm up and not planning on driving. If i tap the brakes while it is in high idle it will come back down immediately.
Yea mine does the same. I figured it was normal, just seeing what everyone else's take was. I don't reckon there's a way to wire that up to a switch like the 6.0 guys is there? I searched and came up empty handed.
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Old 11-27-2011, 01:26 PM
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None that i have found but it would be nice.
I wonder if you could put a resistor on the ait circuit and use a switch to fool the pcm into thinking the
ambient temp was cold. This might make it idle up.

Kinda like the icp mod but run it through a switch so you can turn it off.
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None that i have found but it would be nice.
I wonder if you could put a resistor on the ait circuit and use a switch to fool the pcm into thinking the
ambient temp was cold. This might make it idle up.

Kinda like the icp mod but run it through a switch so you can turn it off.
That's actually a good idea - altho I'd kind of doubt it'd work when the engine was warm. Of course this is me assuming the pcm is looking at ECT and EOT as well.
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Very true. I guess it would at the very least look at ect.
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