I am not having any problems with my EBP sensor but am anticipating the day that I do. I know the tube that goes from the manifold to the sensor has a tendancy to clog up and sometimes rust through.
What I am wondering is if you pull the tube off, put a plug in the manifold and leave the sensor wired up and on the engine just reading atmospheric pressure (0 psig) will this pose any problems?
Do you think I will get a code or CEL from it? I wouldn't think so since the wiring is still plugged into the sensor.
Is there anything within programming that uses EBP to adjust pulse width?
I know it would be a bad thing to do if you have a EBPV but mine is gutted.
What are your thoughts?
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