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I found some really good directions online about how to turn your EBPV into an Exhaust brake. Check it out.. Hope i donít get in trouble for sharing......... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 11-17-2011, 10:37 AM
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I found some really good directions online about how to turn your EBPV into an Exhaust brake. Check it out.. Hope i donít get in trouble for sharing......
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Let me know what you guys think?
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that's the writeup i followed when i did mine. it works great! except the broken bolt on the manifold causing a nasty exhaust leak letting all the pressure out.

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Old 11-18-2011, 01:53 PM
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that's the writeup i followed when i did mine. it works great! except the broken bolt on the manifold causing a nasty exhaust leak letting all the pressure out.
How bad was it? I really want to do this mod to my rig but i was not sure how reliable this source was and if anyone had done this yet. And just like every mod how bad is it for your truck.
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Old 11-19-2011, 08:27 PM
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it's not to bad. the best part of the write up is they had all the radio shack PN's. that was very helpfull. the wires are even the same color. except the wire for the brake switch. i grabbed the wrong wire but i always just flip the switch to on. as far as engine safety. it's not bad. just don't accelerate with the EBPV closed. you could float a vave seat.
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How did you find the wire that is linked to the brake? I looked last night and can’t find any such thing off the master cylinder. It says that there is a green wire by the driver’s side of the master cylinder i the group of 4 marked "center high mount stop lamp feed". I can’t find it and do not really want to spend a ton of time finding a hot wire when the brakes are on. Do you have any idea fordornothing?
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Old 11-30-2011, 06:17 PM
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there should be 4 wires on the fender side of the brake maste cylinder. they might be kinda tucked in there. on mine i didn't see anything saying stop center high mount or anything so i just grabbed the green. but like i said, i always just put the switch to on.
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Did you have any problems with the diodes?
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*knock on wood* i have not. if i did it agian i would just put a simple on/ off toggle to it. no brake switch or PCM control.
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