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It doesnt feel like a performance issue, the truck still pulls solid. My dad is sending my AutoEnginuity software back, I should have it in a few days. I'll check the sensor output. I may clean it after just to see if there is a difference.
I just checked my CCV reroute and has some slack in the supply line so I fixed that. It shouldn't make a difference, but just checking a few things on the truck. I also did a drain and refill on the transmission and changed the external filter. I did a flush and changed both filters about a year and half ago.
From reading about the EBP, it could be the cause, and does make sense. Anyone know what the sensor should read normally?
2006 F250 King Ranch FX4 - (Build date Sept. 2005)
6.0L (Engine Build date Sept. 21 2005)
Dark Copper w/ Beige accent
Short Bed, Crew Cab, Sun Roof, Power Rear Window
18" KR wheels, Camper Package, Tow Command
Mods: Shaker 500 Stereo, Alpine MRV-F450 amp, Infiniti Speakers, Line-X, Edge Insight CTS w/pryo, Mag-Hytec Differential Cover, MBRP 4" Turbo Back Exhaust, Diesel Site Coolant Filter, Blue Spring upgrade, Fleetrite ELC, Fuel Pressure Guage, NCHornet CCV Mod, Swamps 58v FICM