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Old 01-04-2011, 01:31 PM
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EBP sensor question 06 6.0L

I just got my exhaust in yesterday (magnalfow 5" turbo back), and I've been reading up on installation and what not...... come to find out theres this little thing called an EBP sensor. My question is if I install my new exhaust will it cause the sensor to malfunction or throw some type of curve off? I here lots of modding going on, but I have never heard of anyone having problems with the exhaust sensor after installing an aftermarket exhaust. Just takin a precautionary step, cause I'm itching like mad to get this thing bolted up and hear it!
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Bolt it up. The EBP sensor is in the drivers side exhaust manifold. There is NO sensor from the turbo to the exhaust tip for you to worry with.
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Thanks bud! hopefully i'll have time to get it on before this weekend. this is my first diesel so im in sponge mode about everything.
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Thanks bud! hopefully i'll have time to get it on before this weekend. this is my first diesel so im in sponge mode about everything.
Take some time to read through the tech folder at the beginning of this forum. It has LOTS of good reading and information about the 6.0L engine and transmission, including important service recommendations that you should follow for a long happy 6.0L.
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Take some time to read through the tech folder at the beginning of this forum. It has LOTS of good reading and information about the 6.0L engine and transmission, including important service recommendations that you should follow for a long happy 6.0L.

Take Tim's advice before spending a bunch of money for no good reason.
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