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p2285 Injector Control Pressure sensor low circuit

light came on today. truck is reving real crazy when trying to drive. and idleing horrible. If you cruise with a steady throttle the truck revs up for half secound blows black smoke on a stock tune.

Ford said to start with the ICP sensor. What do you all think? Also where is the ICP sensor located? is it under the turbo on the high pressure pump cover? if so that sounds like a all night job tonight.

if anyone has a write up or instructions on how to replace it that would be helpfull. Thanks


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light came on today. truck is reving real crazy when trying to drive. and idleing horrible. If you cruise with a steady throttle the truck revs up for half secound blows black smoke on a stock tune.

Ford said to start with the ICP sensor. What do you all think? Also where is the ICP sensor located? is it under the turbo on the high pressure pump cover? if so that sounds like a all night job tonight.

if anyone has a write up or instructions on how to replace it that would be helpfull. Thanks
Hang on ..... there is a write up. Let me find it. It's a 15min job if you know what you looking for. I know on the 03 it's easier from underneath. It sits behind a heatsheid and I beleive its a 13/16th. Obviously you scanned it to get the code. but does the scanner you have give real time data? Im curious to see how much pressure the sensor is seeing.

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This for a 04. I just did my friends 03 and it was as described above. I have one for the 03 but cant find it. Give me alittle more time. ICP Sensor replacement (Code p2285)

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The thread link says under alternator! and 15 minutes i like the sound of that.


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i have an 03 so mine is in the back by the y pipe!


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thanks for the info. I got it changed and so far it fixed the problem. No code and drove it for about 15 miles last night. I also cleaned my EGR valve one last time before i remove it. (RCD kit will be goign on right after new years)

I first tried goign from the top i thought i would rather spend more time removing stuff then squeez up from the bottom and working blind. Well i ended up removed the intake, degas bottle, ficm and then got it from the bottom.


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