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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 11-07-2012, 01:02 AM Thread Starter
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EBPV help

My EBPV is sticking on cold mornings and the shop foreman at my local dealership told me its normal and so did a lot of people on here. I'm doing glow plugs this weekend and while im in there i wanna wire it up. What's the best way to do it and am i wiring it open or shut? And how do i know when its open or shut? Thanks, Jeff
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 11-07-2012, 01:11 AM
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Re: EBPV help

just unplug it
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Re: EBPV help

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try unplugging it first and that should fix it.

however on mine it would stick even when the electrical plug was disconnected. if yours does that you can disconnect the rod that connects to the valve and wire it up.

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Re: EBPV help

Your going to want to wire it in the open postion. If not it could shut closed on you and give you a bunch of grief.

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Re: EBPV help

Ok thanks guys. Which position is open and what is the best way to wire it open? I wanna unplug it too but I really don't want it to shut and screw me over.
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Unplug it first, it will be in the open position.
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Ok so just unplug it and wire it how it sits when the truck is off?
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Yep that's it.

96 cclb f350.
idm mod,
gauges-boost/pyro/trans temp
afe stage 2 intake
dp to 4" straight pipe
studs, springs, pushrods
srp1
intercooler
electric fuel convertion
238/100
dp-tuner f6
T-4 mount and s470.
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Mine was shuttin on and off tonight but I didn't warm it up had to make a real quick run but mine works ok at 285k and countin
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post #10 of 11 (permalink) Old 11-07-2012, 02:55 PM
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Re: EBPV help

It can't close if it's unplugged. It has to have power to close.
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