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Old 01-22-2013, 03:20 PM
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ICP Question???

Hello to all, recently purchased an Insight CTS to help monitor my truck. I have noticed that only when I accelerate to pass or "get on it" the voltage and pressure gets high and sets of alarm... I have not seen any oil around the plug, and I have not taken it off to check inside either.....is this normal or what?

I have asked this befor also....what are some of the items you are monitoring with your CTS?...thanks

the truck is an 2005 cc 6.0l
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Old 01-22-2013, 04:04 PM
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I'll bite, but you need to be more specific or you will get no answer to your main question!

FICM (Main and Power volts)
ECT/EOT temp
BOOST/BACK PRESSURE psi
ICP (converted pressure)/IPR %
EGT (if you have a probe)
Fuel Pressure (if you have a sensor)
Trans Temp

Any others you might want to see.
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Re: ICP Question???

Turn the alarm off......icp psi, ficm, voltage, boost, ebp, vgt%, ect, eot.
Icp pressure range is 0-4000 psi.

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