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2004 icp sensor????

my truck was built in 05/04 so is it in the rear by the turbo or the front or valve cover??????? i have it taken apart and a c a silver part with heat sheilding on it is that it?
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If I am not mistaken it might be on the back of the D-side head.

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If it's a May/04 build date, the ICP sensor will be on the passenger side valve cover.

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What if any was the rear they were on the back of the D-side head?

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a bronze nut and a heat shelded round sensor looking thing

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on the front passenger side cover there is a silver looking sensor with a nut built in, is that the icp i hope not just bought the rear on on ebay

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deaver 5in leafs front and rear 35x13x18 toyos on motometals.
aem bruteforce, silverline 4in no kitty, rcd egr del, cat elc, dieselsite coolant filter, fpr spring, 6.4 banjos,ungraded turbo drain, sct tuner with tunes from RCD, cfm intake, glowshift gauges and upgraded oil cooler.
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yup you bought the wrong one, the sensor up on your passenger side valve cover with 3 wires is your icp. Early model 04's and 03's were the only ones with the sensor on the back of the motor. You can re-sell the one you just purchased, thats the great thing about ebay! i would look into replacing the pigtail going to the sensor also. You can pick one up prety cheap from international, the one from ford cost almost $90. I learned the hard way.

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It is nearly always cheaper to go to International.

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