Exhaust Back Pressure Sensor 97-04

Part Number:
4C3Z9J460A

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$134.35
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Motorcraft Exhaust Back Pressure Sensor 97-04 Ford 6.0L / 7.3L

The PCM uses data supplied by the EBP Sensor to determine the fuel requirements at any given time while the truck is running. A bad EPB sensor can cause sluggish performance buy signaling the EBP valve at the turbo outlet to close at times that it should not close. A defective EBP sensor can also contribute to poor mileage.

Fitment: 97-03 7.3L and 03-04 6.0L

Supersedes: F7TZ-9J460-AA , 3C3Z-9J460-AA

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  • 5
    Great

    Posted by Unknown on Dec 12th 2018

    Great OEM product

  • 5
    Great Replacement

    Posted by Phil on Nov 23rd 2018

    Perfect fit and function.

  • 5
    Power stroke exhaust back pressure sensor

    Posted by Mark Myers on Nov 12th 2018

    Exact fit, solved the noise and performance issues hopefully the mileage will come back as well.

  • 5
    plugged

    Posted by Unknown on Aug 13th 2018

    throwing 470 and 478 codes, took this system apart to clean, not an option, it took ten minutes to replace manifold fitting, tube, and ebp sensor, and about two hours to clean the housing on the block, my wife saw my frustration and said why don't you use your gun cleaning kit, sweet idea, took a brass rod and several different brass brushes stuck the rod in my drill and cleaned the housing perfect, my truck seems to run smoother, and breath better

  • 5
    OEM Motorcraft, really woke my truck up

    Posted by Kenny on Mar 12th 2018

    This sensor here is OEM motorfraft part. My old one was completely clogged. I didn’t want to risk messing it up trying to clean it. Just replaced it and it really woke my truck up. Shifts are smoother and timed better. Little more pep in the seat of the pants. Definitely worth the money

  • 5
    Genuine ford parts

    Posted by Unknown on Feb 16th 2018

    OEM Ford part, it's a sensor so there's not much that can be said other than it works.

  • 5
    Great OEM replacement

    Posted by Eric U on Nov 26th 2017

    My original EBP sensor was completely clogged. I may have been able to clean it out and reuse it, but the chances of doing that and still have a failed sensor was too great to chance having to wait another week for a new sensor. The whole swap of tube, sensor, and manifold fitting took about 2 hours...about 1:45 of which was spent cleaning out the sensor bracket.

  • 5
    Needed a new sensor

    Posted by Dennis Cargill on Oct 23rd 2017

    Was a big huge difference after the new part added. Ty clay. I always buy from clay cheap and great parts...

  • 5
    WTF?

    Posted by Marc on Oct 18th 2017

    Always felt soft. Never could put a finger on it. What a difference:) Install sorta sucked. Worth it. Thanks Riff Raff for letting me run my 7.3 ps for it seems like forever. love the mileage.