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Do I plug in the ebs with my EBPV delete?

 
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Old 06-14-2010, 06:46 PM
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Do I plug in the ebs with my EBPV delete?

so my question is do I plug in the ebs sensor with my EBPV deleted or will that rob the turbo of oil?
 
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you talkn bout the sensor on the front of the pedestal right?
 
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Originally Posted by ChunderDownUnder View Post
you talkn bout the sensor on the front of the pedestal right?
Yes, I wasn't sure if that's what it was called.
 
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Im not talking form experience but most just unplug it after the delete. It will give off a soft code, nothing to worry about. There is a bypass plug out there if you wish. Have been looking for a link but cant seem to find it.
 
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Old 06-14-2010, 08:21 PM
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Originally Posted by ChunderDownUnder View Post
Im not talking form experience but most just unplug it after the delete. It will give off a soft code, nothing to worry about. There is a bypass plug out there if you wish. Have been looking for a link but cant seem to find it.
Really a bypass plug to eliminate the soft codes? sounds cool. Thanks for answering my original question.
 
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Thats it Brian, Sweeet! thank you! REPS
 
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Dan,

You can make your own fooler with a 470 ohm 1 watt or 1/2 watt resistor.
Only run a couple bucks total.
 
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Originally Posted by 60RatRod View Post
so my question is do I plug in the ebs sensor with my EBPV deleted or will that rob the turbo of oil?
Originally Posted by ChunderDownUnder View Post
you talkn bout the sensor on the front of the pedestal right?
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Yes, I wasn't sure if that's what it was called.
Actually, the "sensor" in front of the turbo pedestal is a solenoid and is called an EPR (exh press regulator) or EBP solenoid. The EBP sensor is on the tube in front to the passenger side exh manifold.
 
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Originally Posted by mueckster View Post
Actually, the "sensor" in front of the turbo pedestal is a solenoid and is called an EPR (exh press regulator) or EBP solenoid. The EBP sensor is on the tube in front to the passenger side exh manifold.
Thanks for setting me straight on that, I would have mucked that one up for sure. So Im lookin at it on the Y pipe or spider. wondering if I can't just get a brass plug to clean things up a litttle? I wonder if it would be easy to find a nice brass plug, not sure what the threads size would be.

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Dan,

You can make your own fooler with a 470 ohm 1 watt or 1/2 watt resistor.
Only run a couple bucks total.
So just run one end of each side of the resistor into the terminals than? Sounds cheap and easy. thanks guys
 

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So just run one end of each side of the resistor into the terminals than? Sounds cheap and easy. thanks guys
Just bend the wires on the resistor like this: And stick it in the EPR plug.
 
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Originally Posted by mueckster View Post
Just bend the wires on the resistor like this: And stick it in the EPR plug.
Sweet, how bout removing the plug from the Y pipe or spider and plugin it for a cleaner look?
 
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I think you are getting your parts mixed up. Like Roland said the ebp solenoid is on the front of the turbo pedistal. Most people unplug the solenoid and leave the sensor plugged in. You can use the same resistor across the solenoid plug. Are you getting ready to do this? It's a two step process. First you gut and plug the pedistal then get rid of the exhaust flap on the exhaust side of the turbo. I can find some write-ups if you need them.

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These may help you out:

Gutting the Exhaust Back Pressure Valve - 1994-1997 Power Stroke FAQ

https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/88...-pedestal.html
 
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Originally Posted by tdpower View Post
I think you are getting your parts mixed up. Like Roland said the ebp solenoid is on the front of the turbo pedistal. Most people unplug the solenoid and leave the sensor plugged in. You can use the same resistor across the solenoid plug. Are you getting ready to do this? It's a two step process. First you gut and plug the pedistal then get rid of the exhaust flap on the exhaust side of the turbo. I can find some write-ups if you need them.

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These may help you out:

Gutting the Exhaust Back Pressure Valve - 1994-1997 Power Stroke FAQ

https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/88...-pedestal.html
Thanks tdpower, I've been working on this since Friday and trying to get things buttoned up, but life outside of PMS keeps getting in the way, LOL. here's what I've done so far since Friday:
https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/9...ood-start.html
 
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So in an effort to help eliminate any confusion this is my EPB sensor plug? This is where I would put the 470 ohm resistor?
 

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