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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 01-23-2007, 03:54 AM Thread Starter
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ebpv problem with new exhaust installed

I am having trouble finding any info on this. I put a 5'' exhaust on a guy's 99 F350 and now the ebpv comes on when he is driving down the road. It does this as long as the fuel pedal is held at a steady position. It does this while the motor is cold or hot. I need suggestions on the problem or the fix. Please help. :shrug:

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Mine does that too! i just unplugged that damn thing!! i think its probaly a sensor

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You can wire them open if he does not use it much, but prolly a sensor. And, it is prolly not the 5", but that prolly made it more noticable.
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His EBPS is plugged or bad, Replace or clean the tube and sensor and it will start working again.

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Does it make a shuddering sensation? My truck started shaking bad after installing a 5" exhaust, especially about 40mph at WOT. If I'm easy on the throttle it's not as bad; but what's the fun in that I'm guessing the EBPV failing would rob power as well?

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Does it make a shuddering sensation? My truck started shaking bad after installing a 5" exhaust, especially about 40mph at WOT. If I'm easy on the throttle it's not as bad; but what's the fun in that I'm guessing the EBPV failing would rob power as well?

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Yes a closed EBPV kills power
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Yes a closed EBPV kills power

imagine pulling a house thate what the EBPV closed feels like
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is it bad to disconnect it ?
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is it bad to disconnect it ?
If you do that it won't close for cold warmup's.
If it were me I would try cleaning the EBPS /tube
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Yeah i un plugged mine as well actualluy i took the butterfly valve off, so i totally disregarded the EBPV, alot of the time the valve gets stuck and does not work consistantly anyways. MORE FLOW!!! :smoke
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