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Old 07-30-2012, 10:32 AM
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code P0401, P2284?

I have two codes on my truck, I did a egr delete so I know thats what the P0401 is but dose it hurt any thing, can I just ignore it? Whats the P2284? my truck dose have hard start every now and then, is it the stc fitting, stand pipe, and dummy plug o-rings?
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What year is your truck, is this hard start hot, is your icp mounted on the right front valve cover, do you use motorcraft filters/caps?

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Code: P0401
Category: Powertrain
Definition: Exhaust Gas Recirculation "A" Flow Insufficient Detected

Code: P2284
Category: Powertrain
Definition: Injector Control Pressure Sensor Circuit Range/Performance
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Old 07-30-2012, 01:12 PM
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My truck is a 2006, I use Motorcraft filters, and the icon is on the valve cover. The truck starts hard cold and hot it random dose not do it all the time. It dose drip oil when running too, a very little, not sure if that has anything to do with the p2284 code
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The p2284 may be the icp sensor, try to unplug it if your truck does not start, then try to start it. Unplugging it sets a default to start. It may be hpop leak, thee is an air test you can do to try to check for hpop leaks, stand pipes, dummy plugs, and stc fitting are suspect. If it starts, replace icp. This may also be ficm, google ficm check procedure. It is essential to monitor your 6.0, I use edge insight cts.

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I pulled the same when my HPOP went out.
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