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Old 05-07-2012, 10:02 AM
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Talking help wonder what the sensor is on the turbo pedestal is called

I for got to unplug and remove the sensor on the pedestal and broke it. while replacing my turbo. can someone help me figure out where to get one and what its called? Its located opposite side of the ebpv its self. that would be the front side of the pedestal.
 
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Old 05-07-2012, 10:33 AM
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I won't swear to it, but I believe that is the Waste Gate Control Solenoid....A picture would help, but I believe that's the same one I replaced when I kept getting a P1690 code and CEL...
 
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Old 05-07-2012, 10:48 AM
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no thats not the one i have a picture trying to post it but cant
its on the pedestal itself the only electrical component piece on the pedestal
the only thing that electrically plugs into the pedestal
http://www.powerstroke.org/forum/mem...o-pedestal.jpg
there we go this is it i broke the plastic on it
 
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It's the EBPV solinoid(sp),I think its a dealer only part.
 
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yeah they cant sell it to me unless i buy whole pedestal
 
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Old 05-07-2012, 11:23 AM
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Lot of people just leave that solenoid unplugged. Your ebpv just won't operate. Might want to call Diesel O rings or Clay in my signature. They might have some spare parts or someone on the forum may have a spare.
 
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The EBP Solenoid is P/N F81Z6C673BA. You can get it from Tousley Ford for $218.00 (#5 in the graphic).

Here is a picture of one.

 
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Is it cold where you live, if so, then i'd probably replace the sensor/solenoid, OR maybe someone from here as done away with it, installing a gutted pedestal, and has the oem laying around...

7.3 pedestal | eBay
 
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I know the feeling. I recently broke the connector putting my turbo back in. I pieced it back together and tie wrapped it in place. I need it working for the decel function while towing. I will replace soon, but sometimes you just gotta do what you gotta do.
 
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of course it can be a 25 dollar part wow when i mess up i mess up good thank you all for the info
 
 
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