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Old 12-03-2009, 06:01 AM
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ICP sensor failure symptoms

What should I expect when its going out?

I have the P2287 code flipping on my truck and want to make sure I am not going to replace parts for nothing.

03 F350 6.0 158k miles.
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Old 12-03-2009, 09:05 AM
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im have the same prob with my early 04(icp at rear). the code (p2286 & P2287) will clear itself after a few days then show up again. i hooked the engine up to a reader and found the icp output voltage was around 5v at idle when it should have been around 1v. also noticed at times under a wot run the icp output voltage would jump back and forth wildly from around 1.9v to 5.07v, i would think under wot the icp voltage should stay somewhat steady around 5v. also noticed injector timming was off too. im guessing the bad signal from the icp going to the ficm is causing the ficm to wig out. the truck starts ok and runs ok, havent noticed any misses or smoke, the only thing i have noticed is the fuel milage has dropped about 5mpg.

had a response to my earlier post about trouble codes telling me it was the wire harness. i havent had time to check it yet, and not looking forward to doing it either. looks like i have to remove the turbo, degass bottle and other stuff up top to check it. i guess fixing a bad wire is alot cheeper than replacing the sensor, i just hope the icp isnt bleeding oil.
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What should I expect when its going out?

I have the P2287 code flipping on my truck and want to make sure I am not going to replace parts for nothing.

03 F350 6.0 158k miles.
Just had my ICP and ICP harness replaced. Symptoms included surging, bucking, missing, and stalling at idle.
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Just had my ICP and ICP harness replaced. Symptoms included surging, bucking, missing, and stalling at idle.
just did mine last weekend. code 2285 mine did the same barely drivable
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was it pricey mike? I haven't even pulled up parts prices. freakin truck is gonna break me I swear.
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about $120-140 for sensor and $60-80 for harness
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was it pricey mike? I haven't even pulled up parts prices. freakin truck is gonna break me I swear.
About $500 bucks for parts and labor.
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man that is expensive. they must be charging like three hours labor. 180-220 for parts and the rest labor. You can do it yourself in like an hour once you know what your looking for.
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about $120-140 for sensor and $60-80 for harness

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110.00 for the sensor and the harness was a jaw dropping 67.00

If you mechanically inclined you could do it your self in about 2-3 hours. If your mechanically retarded then pay the 100.00 bucks for labor.
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I just did mine a few weeks ago. If you can wait to have them shipped. Silver State Ford Parts. Took about a week to receive.

ICP Sensor 3C3Z-9F838-EA $103.18
ICP Connector 5C3Z-1222-4A $47.40

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