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  1. pac'em out
    10-07-2012 08:48 AM - permalink
    pac'em out
    Thanks, Mark. I'm running an 2005 6.0L. The atmospheric pressure makes perfect sense...I'm at 6500'. I have the truck idling right now and EBP is 14 and MAP is 11.7. Does this indicate an issue? I'm troubleshooting a rough idle, shuttering at 50mph, low power, and stalling.
  2. bismic
    10-07-2012 07:24 AM - permalink
    First off, I will assume that your vehicle does not have the "Inferred EBP strategy". Normal EBP signal reading should reflect atmospheric pressure with the key on/ engine off. Typically, this is 14.7 PSI (0.88-0.9 volts) at sea level, decreasing one PSI/0.10 volt for every 2000 feet of elevation. It should be within 0.5 PSI of BARO and MAP sensor pressure signals. At Idle, it should be at around 16 psi. The operating range of the senosr is 8-99 psi. The values when driving depend on engine load and boost.

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    2005 F250 6.0L Crew Cab, 145K miles, new aftermarket alternator, blue spring upgrade, rebuilt FICM, 2 new injectors, new EBP sensor, cleaned out EGR valve, Sinister coolant filtration, Bulletproof Diesel EGR cooler, coolant flush and red ELC coolant, replaced OEM oil cooler, STC fitting upgrade, new o-rings on all injectors, stand-pipe/dummy plug upgrade, turbo oil feed/oil drain upgrade, new OEM degass bottle, new ICP sensor.


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