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rpms up & down motor stalling

Hi, i own a 04 6.0l my problem is that the rpms keep going up & down at all different speeds and stalls when turning corners or at stop sign's etc.My dealer has changed the e.b.p. sensor,high oil pressure pump & regulator,egr valve,& ficm it runs o.k for a little while when cold,then when it gets warm it starts all over again. There is no warning lights on the dash and every time i take it in theres no "codes".please can anybody give me some advice on this problem thx TREV......
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ICP and Harness has worked for some with this issue. I'm dealing with it now myself but haven't dropped it off yet.


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Sounds like your technician is throwing parts at a mechanical problem. Since it is a mechanical problem, you are unlikely to get any codes. Try to find another technician. Good luck.

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Hi,thanks guys for your advice,Ben you were right about the icp all those parts and it ended up being the harness for the icp sensor,lose connection replaced with new harness and now no signs of any of the problems i had before.I hope this helps anybody else out there with a similar problem
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Thanks ben

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ICP and Harness has worked for some with this issue. I'm dealing with it now myself but haven't dropped it off yet.
Ben i took my truck in today and the problem was the icp sensor harness bad connection so they changed the harness $75 cad. I have had no further problems since then but its only been a day, good luck with your truck thanks ben.... Trev..
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