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Old 01-04-2017, 12:51 AM
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Default Ajohansson! Thank you!1

My sons f350 just died on the highway. It was blocking traffic. I drove 5 minutes from my house to tow him. I got the truck to my house and changed the CPS. No go. I searched the forums and found ajohannson's post.

http://www.thedieselstop.com/forums/...-start-297788/

I figured out why not. Sure enough it fired right up!!! I would have never thought in a million years that the ebs could cause a no start.

Thank you again ajohansson!!!!!!
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The EBPS (exhaust back pressure sensor) runs on a 5 volt reference signal. If the sensor shorts out internally it then screws with all 5 volt reference sensors. Saw it just a few days ago with a towed in truck where I now work.
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The EBPS (exhaust back pressure sensor) runs on a 5 volt reference signal. If the sensor shorts out internally it then screws with all 5 volt reference sensors. Saw it just a few days ago with a towed in truck where I now work.
Yup, I'd be pulling hairs, and sharing the Ex. (Excursion that is). Fast fix!

BTW. How's that sleeper Jetta doing?

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Jetta is great. I have several long hills every day. 80 MPH around trucks no problem. 50 MPG is great. 4 Quart oil changes also a lot cheaper. 4 new Michelin tires $450.00 is the only money spent so far other than oil change in the last 6 thousand miles.
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Glad it worked out for you! I got flamed initially a little on TDS on my original post many years back and on that one in 2012 because nobody thought an EBS could do that. I am so happy it helped you as it was a saga for me to get it figured out and I had never seen anyone ever post about it.

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