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Question Exhaust Back Pressure Valve?

Hi All,

I am going to try and tackle my EBPV and sensor....I just was looking for info on parts but rock auto.com I could not find anything for parts...Does anyone know a good website to buy the parts from for this??? Also, is brake cleaner and speedometer gauge wire done to use to clean it? .......It's for a 2001 F250 CC....

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that works to clean it, i either bought mine off ebay or dieselorings or riffraff cant remember

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Dieselorings.com has everything you need

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Just did mine today. Watched a couple videos on Youtube and followed the instructions. Pretty easy but the fitting that screws in to the exhaust manifold was rusted to the fitting on the pipe so they came out together. I would suggest using a flare nut wrench to do that part.
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