Is the EBVP something you can do away with? What are the advantages of keeping it or doing away with it?
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Keep in mind - the EBPV kick's in when the engine's cold and trying warm up to operating temp. 40degrees on up - usually it won't kick in too much.
But when it get's to low 30's and under, and on a cold start, or driving before it's warmed up will kick it in if there is a low load on the engine or just putt'n around. But when you put your foot into it a little - it will go away (and when the engine is fully warmed.)
But in essence, it's doing what it should and working correctly.
If you do the delete - you'll want to get a chip or tuner that has a HIGH-IDLE option for cold start ups to help build a little heat before driving off.
Otherwise, it'll run like crud until it is warmed.
Edit - also - just noticed there is a STICKY in this forum for "Winter Operation".
Might want to look at that...
But mine does it too - Tool'n down the road at 35mph - and hiss'n like crazy when I don't give it too much runtime before taking off.
2003 EX, 7.3L 4inch Lift, Nitto Trail Grappler's, KMC XD Spy's
220k Miles, Currently 605tq, 312hp