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Non-ebpv pedistal going on soon, what do I do with the electricals

What to do with the sensor? I imagine I will get a code. Is this a problem, or is it just like the AIH delete? Thanks

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Mines an 02, and mines been unhooked for over a year. No check engine light, but the passive code comes right after the start. Hasnt bothered me a bit though, its just unhooked laying in the valley of death.

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This is what I used on my 02 http://www.puredieselpower.com/catal...tor-p-106.html


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What to do with the sensor? I imagine I will get a code. Is this a problem, or is it just like the AIH delete? Thanks
It isn't a problem. I put the SPDiesel dongle on and it still threw a code. Pulled the dongle and connected the sensor. I get a code but it is not a problem. Allows me to monitor back pressure with AE. Called Sean about the code with the dongle and it was coming from the disconnected EBPV solenoid. He said he could make a dongle for that too. I said F**k it.

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I gutted my pedistal myself, and thought that if i plugged the sensor in, it would not throw a code. That idea was shot, it still throws the code. I would just leave it lay there. It throws a soft code, which you wont see unless you scan for codes, and it does not affect anything except that backpressure valve, which you no longer have.

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Thanks guys, you saved me 40 bucks plus shipping. Should I lather it up with a little dialectric grease and let it dangle or just leave it. I don't think that I will ever use it again, but I would like to preserve it just in case.
BTW, it seems like a lot of these dongle things don't work and still throw codes.

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I didnt do anything with the connector, I just let it sit there. Just recently I was redoing the mount for my fuel pressure regulator and happen to look at the connectors, still looked like i unplugged them 6 months ago, I would just let them hang, if you are going to put the truck back to dead stock one day, then i would just put a little bit of electrical tape on the end to prevent crap from getting in the connector.

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You could get a weather pack connect and fill it with some rtv and cap it that way. You can also get weather pack plugs to put in a connector too if you wanna get fancy.

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Thanks guys, you saved me 40 bucks plus shipping. Should I lather it up with a little dialectric grease and let it dangle or just leave it. I don't think that I will ever use it again, but I would like to preserve it just in case.
BTW, it seems like a lot of these dongle things don't work and still throw codes.
I just let mine hang. As much trouble as my sticking ebpv caused me, i dont care if the connector wrotted off. Its gone, period. If you want to hook it up again, cover it up somehow.

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Mine is laying in the valley...

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