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Ford 6.4 codes p006b,p2263,p2563 get little to no boost whatsoever Replaced map sensor,ebp sensor and tube and ebp harness. Everything I read says clogged or bad ebp I don't know what to do next

. I changed pigtail on ebp new wire colors did not match existing wires any info on wiring that would be greatly appreciated

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