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post #1 of 10 Old 01-29-2007, 09:06 PM Thread Starter
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pedestal and butterfly valve

i need to know where i can pick up a pedestal assembly for my truck, the dealer told me it was $1200 through the dealership, i'm sure i can pick it somewhere else for less. also to look it up online i need to know what the politically correct term for it is called. please help
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Turbo Pedistal and EBPV?

What's wrong w/ your pedistal? Delete the EBPV if it's bad unless you live ina really cold area. Save a few bucks lol...

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they said the ebpv might be sticking. i live in tooele county utah, it gets kinda cold here
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You could just remove your ebpv and it would just cost you some time and the price of a 1/4npt plug and a 3/4" freeze plug!!!

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I have the same problem and I am wondering if I will get any fault codes after removing the butterfly valve? I have a 2002 F250 4x4 Extra cab w/7.3l diesel. Any help will be greatly appreciated. thanks,jwag
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they said the ebpv might be sticking. i live in tooele county utah, it gets kinda cold here
You should be fine removing it in Tooele.

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i also have the same problem. now how would the EbpV fix that problem by blocking it off? how hard is it and what do i need to do to it to get rid of it?
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you have to remove the turbo andthen take the little bolts that hold the butterfly valve to its shaft out and remove the round plate from the shaft. That is what my mechanic did to mine instead of removing the shaft and all.That saved him from having to plug the holes from the shaft. It cost me $500.00 but saved me from buying a new turbo. Seems to run fine and no check engine light yet.
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wwhat do you mean no check engine light YET? will it set a code?
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I read on another site that it could trigger a code but with no check engine light. My mechanic said that it did not trigger any codes during his test drives,
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