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Do you have any pictures of the EBPV handy?
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Unfortunately no, I should've taken some when I had mine torn apart. I can try to get some, but it'll be hard to see with the Y-pipe and junk in the way.
To get an idea of how it works, imagine the turbo pedestal, a square pedestal with bolts in each corner and a riser that the turbo sits on.
The oil flows from the engine into the pedestal, there is a sensor on the front of the pedestal, facing the grille, that measures EOT and tells the EBPV rod when to actuate.
Now for the rod, it stick out the SIDE of the pedestal toward the pass side fender. It is a rod that looks very similar to the WG actuator rod. It runs over below the turbo where it attaches to the prong on the flapper valve. When it is activated, it pushes the rod toward the pass side fender and closes the valve. The only part of the EBPV you can see when the turbo is installed is the 'prong' to which the rod attaches and is clipped.