EBP Pedestal Actuator Isolator Pigtail 94-97

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EBP Pedestal Actuator Isolator Pigtail for Ford 7.3L 94-97

This pigtail allows you to get rid of your SES light or soft code when you install a deleted non-ebpv turbo pedestal. Simple 30 second install that plugs into the factory wiring harness.

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  • 5
    Problem solver

    Posted by Preston on Mar 21st 2018

    Use this plug with the ebpv delete pedestal. It's nice not to throw a code plus it does it's a cap for the otherwise unused pigtail for oil dirt & grime to enter and short out.

  • 5
    EBP delete

    Posted by jwm on Nov 2nd 2017

    great just plug it in +go

  • 5
    Pedestal delete pigtail

    Posted by Unknown on Sep 17th 2017

    Thanks to customer support At riff raff .I accidentally ordered wrong pigtail for my vehicle . There staff easily spotted problem fixed for me and sent out correct pigtail. Fast shipment. I couldnt stand looking at check engine light. Gives me peace of mind seeing clear dash. Thank you for the help

  • 5

    Posted by Billy on Mar 9th 2017

    No CEL after deleting all that EBPV junk.

  • 5
    EBP pigtail delete

    Posted by Brian Henrichs on Feb 25th 2017

    This a simple plug in item that keeps annoying codes from showing up in your scans.

  • 5
    EVBP delete pigtail

    Posted by GJCAT on Dec 12th 2016

    Works like a charm. No fighting with the throttle to go down the road

  • 5
    RiffRaff does it again

    Posted by Jon on Apr 21st 2016

    What can I say? The isolator does exactly what it's supposed to. Super easy install. Plug it in and you're done. The best part is dealing with RiffRaff. I ordered on Friday and it arrived Monday and I'm on the east coast. Pretty impressive if you ask me.

  • 5
    A must for evbp delete

    Posted by Unknown on Mar 14th 2016

    Plug in
    Tie off
    Walk away ur done.

  • 5
    No more CEL!

    Posted by Tyler on Apr 22nd 2015

    Worked on my 97 Cali truck to eliminate my CEL from unplugging the EBPV.