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EBPV help

My EBPV has been giving me that whooshing sound for a long time. It is getting on my nerves finally. I want to fix it not delete it. Would getting a new oem sensor correct my issue? or is there anything else I will need?

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Rebuild it.

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Is it sticking closed on you or just under normal operations.
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when you start the truck up it has a whooshing sound. even when you drive it it keeps doing it for about 3 miles or so. basically it will start to sound like a jet then stop n start back again. So I'm thinking the valve is not sticking it is just opening and shutting when it is not supposed to. that rebuild kit will not help if the sensor is bad right?

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That actually sounds normal for how mine works of course the temp here in NWMO has been cold of late.

Before buying parts may want to try and clean the EBP tube Welcome to guzzle's Exhaust Backpressure Sensor Cleaning Maintenance Web Page and see if that helps. Do you have a way to scan and see what truck is reading for EBP that can help identify if the sensor is bad?

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That actually sounds normal for how mine works of course the temp here in NWMO has been cold of late.

Before buying parts may want to try and clean the EBP tube Welcome to guzzle's Exhaust Backpressure Sensor Cleaning Maintenance Web Page and see if that helps. Do you have a way to scan and see what truck is reading for EBP that can help identify if the sensor is bad?
That may be normal but that means your track's ebp is not working correct. If it was it would sound like a jet till you push on the throttle. I will clean the tube but have no way to check sensor.

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Actually I was mistaken on the EBP tube and sensor, they dont control the EBPV but is a good preventative maintenance since mine was cracked and plugged at 103k.

I am getting ready to delete mine so wont have to worry about it anymore but from my understanding that is how they are supposed to operate. Mine will come on and off while driving depending on how hard I am accelerating when just cruising along about 40 I can hear it come on and off all the time. Have 4 7.3s in the family and all operate this way.

I believe the PCM will activate the EBPV when temps are 35 and oil temp is below 180 (not sure if both have to be meet or just one), I never really paid attention but I know on cold days below freezing it will operate even with the oil temp in the 130-150 range especially when idling since it is trying to keep the oil temp up.
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That's funny the 7.3 s in my family don't do it. I'm going to get a sensor that don't fix it ill delete it.

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mine would do this as well when its cold.

once the truck was warm it would quit doing it.

but its gone now....

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Sounds like it is operating correctly. Mine will stop cycling when EOT is 141F every time.
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