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You installed an aftermarket EBP sensor - this might be the source of the EBP code. As I said in the PM's, I can't say for sure this is a problem for you, but I do not ever recommend aftermarket sensors.
Did you check out the EBP connector thoroughly? Did you inspect the wiring harness to the EBP sensor for chafes?
Is the VGT number still "maxed out" at 85% all the time?
Is your IPR % duty cycle always at 14.8% at idle? Check that again please, it just isn't normal!
I am still leaning towards it being an injector issue.
Lastly - the ForScan Lite program for a smartphone is what you need to do better diagnostic work. The ScanGauge is a VERY VERY poor code reader. You will need an ELM327 OBDII adapter for your phone (WiFi for iOS and BlueTooth for Android works best - I like the BAFX brand). $40 or so total.
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Last edited by bismic; 01-21-2020 at 05:44 AM.