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EBPV problem

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I am a 18 yr army vet that just bought an E99 F350 Dually with the 6-speed manual...I am new to these powerstroke diesels. Is there anyway to bypass the EBPV under the turbo with a fooler (ie. resistor or etc) if so what size? I have just recently ordered a T500 HPOP for my truck also...a diesel mechanic said that my stock aint keeping up 574 cranking 934 wot.

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You can just unplug it. Its the yellow, two wire plug with a metal wire clip at the top of the turbo pedestal. It will throw a code, but it is a soft code and wont turn on the light. Mine was unpluged for years cause it would turn on while going down the road

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ok thanks..
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**** that. wire it to a switch and use as an exhaust brake. hands down the best mod i've done to mine.
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is there a thread to wire it up as an exhaust brake? just splice in a switch, or do you need to add power to it?

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I drew this up real quick



The colors are not right, but it dosen't matter because the polarity wont make a differance. You have to cut the factory wiring harness and then splice in your wiring.

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looks easy enough thanks!!! i wonder if there is a switch i can mount to the floor to use like the old tractor trailers used for their jakes... that'd be pretty handy for the mountains around here... if i tackle that i'll throw some pics up...

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Get a high/low beam switch out of an OBS! They mount to the floor, and would work GREAT!



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Don't get too excited. Mine dosen't work well (really at all) as an exhaust brake. I think the OBS trucks work better for an exhaust brake.

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They work fairly well as a exhaust brake. I have done 29k over a few passes and it was defiantly worth having.

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