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No Power, Lots of Smoke

2001 Ford F550, will not rev past 1800rpm. At 1800rpm, large amount of smoke and no power. Changed fuel filter... did not help. What do I check next?
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check intercooler boots for rips or cracks. if not there, check your up pipes for black soot around the fittings up towards the turbo.
What you running for intake setup?? maybe clogged filter if stock.

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I will bet the EBPV is stuck closed.

EBPV stuck or not working correctly will keep the turbo from spooling. You can still throttle like normal and the ECM fuels accordingly. Since the turbo won't spool and build boost it overfuels causeing excessive smoke.

My truck did this a little over a week ago.

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Thank's a million! I unplugged my ebpu and I got my truck and loaded trailer home truck seemed to run fine but do I gut the sensor or replace it and if I gut it what will be different
But thank's again
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Thank's a million! I unplugged my ebpu and I got my truck and loaded trailer home truck seemed to run fine but do I gut the sensor or replace it and if I gut it what will be different
But thank's again
Your welcome Bill and glad you made it home Pull the EBPV sensor tube and clean it out. There are links to video's here on the site or just search youtube for how to clean 7.3 EBPV sensor tube. You can leave the EBPV unplugged but it will through a soft code. Truthfully next on my list of things to do is to put on a Non-EBPV pedistal because the thing is straight up annoying and my actuator rod is leaking.

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