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EBPV, DP-Tuner and fuel mileage.

Hi everyone! I finally traced my sluggish acceleration to the ebpv valve after unplugging it from under the turbo. Truck is very responsive now! I tried emailing Jody about this to find out if my fuel mileage is going to drop significantly while running the chip and the EBPV unplugged, but didnt get a response and dont want to bother him. Anybody know?

I already tried the whole cleaning the tube deal, I have no codes, and I dont want to buy a new sensor. Any thoughts?
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Hi everyone! I finally traced my sluggish acceleration to the ebpv valve after unplugging it from under the turbo. Truck is very responsive now! I tried emailing Jody about this to find out if my fuel mileage is going to drop significantly while running the chip and the EBPV unplugged, but didnt get a response and dont want to bother him. Anybody know?

I already tried the whole cleaning the tube deal, I have no codes, and I dont want to buy a new sensor. Any thoughts?

I'll be happy to ask him for you and get back to you.


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Ok thanks Diane, let me know if I have to send this chip back to you for eliminating the ebpv. Thank you.
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Jody said you will be fine as long as you unplugged the EBV at the turbo and left the sensor on the front plugged in.
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