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Re: removing the exhaust back pressure valve???

Im sorry i sound like a broking records but can someone tell me where it is located.

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i would delete the ebpv accuator remove it like i stated in a couple posts up drill and tap the hole the rod was in and put a pipe plug in it remove the metal shavings put the aluminum plug back in with snap ring. or build a plate and weld the big hole closed your choice or buy a non ebpv pedistal put new orings under pedistal install pedistal put new orings in for turbo install turbo and walla ebpv delete done

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Im sorry i sound like a broking records but can someone tell me where it is located.
where what is located?

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Re: removing the exhaust back pressure valve???

WHAT DO I DO ABOUT THE ROD??? DO I JUST LEAVE IT HANGING DOWN???

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Re: removing the exhaust back pressure valve???

If you just buzz the rivets off and leave the shaft you don't have to worry about closing up the hole or what to do with the arm.

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marty has a video. Google works wonders

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Re: removing the exhaust back pressure valve???

When I delete them I take the pedestal off and remove the snap ring from the back and take the guts out of the actuator. Then i drill the hole and tap it to accept a 1/4 inch npt plug. Otherwise you run the chance of it leaking. The other option is to buy a non ebv pedestal.


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When I delete them I take the pedestal off and remove the snap ring from the back and take the guts out of the actuator. Then i drill the hole and tap it to accept a 1/4 inch npt plug. Otherwise you run the chance of it leaking. The other option is to buy a non ebv pedestal.


I'm i gonna have to replace the o-rings than? how do i remove the pedestal?
sorry, i'm new to all this!

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Re: removing the exhaust back pressure valve???

i also just found this. is it true??? or is it ok to plug without ANY problems?


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This is the Non-EBV pedestal for the Pre- 12/1998 7.3L Ford Powerstroke.

If you have removed your backpressure valve EBV from the outlet of the turbo, you need this pedestal.

Q. If I disconnect the sensor, some say this will throw a code ,so they remove the turbo, cut the actuator rod off, and tap the hole in the pedestal and put a plug in it with the sensor still plugged. Is this "ok" to do?

A. If you simply plug the hole and leave the sensor plugged in, you may cause yourself the loss of a turbo from lack of oil flow. Let me explain. The same feed port that feeds the turbo bearing is feeding the EBV piston. There is one supply port and one return port in the pedestal. When the EBP sensor sends the signal to the pedestal to shut the valve,which is not there in this case, the oil dumps off to the return port in the pedestal with no resistance. This is the same return port as the one for the turbo. The piston separated the two when it is was properly used from the factory. Basically, while the valve is being actuated or attempted to in your case the turbo gets no oil or very little. The turbo bearing is the highest place in the engine for oil to travel and it will follow the path of least resistance. If you remove this piston in the pedestal, you MUST not allow computer control of the valve any longer. You must disconnect the sensor from the pedestal. Yes, you will get a code (not a light) telling you the valve is non-operational, but it's the only way to do it.

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Re: removing the exhaust back pressure valve???

both will do the job..i moded mine with a stock turbo then went with a deleted kit when i got my 38R...the only diff's is the bolt head sticks out in your's.. and the already deleted one has none...i moded my stocker cause it leaked and a kit didnt fix it...IMO if mine didnt leak..i wouldnt mod it...a new one is big bucks...you could sell your's later to cover the cost of a new deleted one...there are people out there (like craige list) that run these trucks and believe these need to be in place...

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