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Old 11-02-2012, 06:49 AM
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Disconnect the EBPV vs Cleaning the sensor/tube

1999 7.3 - Will I get the same result? From what I've been reading, disconnecting the EBPV at the turbo will increase mpg and the truck will still warm up the same even in colder weather(I'm in NH) and I'd lose the godawful hissing noise. Or....would I be better off leaving it connected and just clean the soot out of the sensor and tube in the front of the truck? Or, are they not related at all? I've done some research but couldn't really find a straight answer. So..pros? cons? Let's hear it people
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Bump id like to know this as well
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