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Code p2289, short around icp sensor

I have a 03 6.0l f250. It will start when the code p2289 is cleared and is below operating temp. When at operating temp it won't start. Could the insolator around the icp coming apart cause a short causing my code? Help would be great.
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No start when hot sounds like a leak in the high pressure oil system somewhere. Have you replaced the ICP and looked for evidence of leaking? P2285 means replacing the ICP sensor and pigtail connector. I have to do mine as well, but I am waiting on info so I can relocate it....it is in a horrible location.

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