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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-13-2007, 06:37 AM Thread Starter
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EBPV delete

does it take a long time to warm-up in winter? Is it worth doing if your not using it as an exhaust brake?

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mine was unplugged for a whole winter and i never had a problem....im totally deleteing it now due to the actuator leaking

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I've had mine deleted for quite a while now. The 203* thermostat does as much for keeping the engine warmed up as the EBPV does IMHO.

The EBPV may help warm up a little faster if you are just letting it idle to warm up. When you just let it warm up for a minute or two, then take off and drive like I do the EBPV delete is much nicer.

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