Exhaust Back Pressure Tube EBP 99-03

Part Number:
1C3Z9D477AA

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Exhaust Back Pressure Tube EBP 99-03

This stainless steel tube runs between the passenger's exhaust manifod and the EBP Sensor mounted on the front of the HPOP reservouir. WIth age the tube will plug with soot and can rust or break apart. The EBP sensor system feeds data to the PCM which effects many of the fueling tables within the PCM and should be kept in good working order to acheive your best fuel economy.

Fitment:

1999 to 2003 Powerstrokes - Excursion, E or F series

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  • 5
    Overall

    Posted by MR Smith on Aug 6th 2020

    Another great genuine Motorcraft part from RiffRaff.

  • 5
    Brentwood

    Posted by Abel Ventura on Jul 8th 2020

    Good product

  • 5
    Great Product and Service

    Posted by Eric on Jun 9th 2020

    The parts I ordered were genuine and fit perfectly for my application. It was not a straightforward order, having an early 99 engine and a 98 E350, but Clay helped me through ensuring I ordered the correct parts. Will be a return customer when the time comes.

  • 5
    Perfect fit

    Posted by Tony on Dec 17th 2019

    Easy to install near 15 minutes. Received in one day. I'm impressed!

  • 5
    Bolted up just fine

    Posted by Gary Lessner on Dec 5th 2019

    Would buy again

  • 5
    Tube

    Posted by Daniel on Nov 11th 2019

    Direct bolt on when you put it the right direction!

  • 5
    Fits well

    Posted by Jordan on Oct 22nd 2019

    Figured I needed this and a sensor because I was getting high readings. Fit well and works great.

  • 5
    7.3 exhaust back pressure tube.

    Posted by Bart Church on Oct 16th 2019

    Easy install. Took all of 10 mins. Old tube had 3 rust holes in it. Truck definitely runs better, more power, no more exhaust leak.

  • 5
    EBP Tube

    Posted by Mike M on Aug 13th 2019

    Fill just like it should. Replaced a tube that the lower nut had rusted to the fitting. Didn't want to take a chance on damaged threads.