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Cool ICP Sensor???

I have an 04' 6.0 and I am wondering what is the best way to get to the ICP sensor. It is leaking badly and needs to be replaced. I appriciate any help!!!
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Depends on the tech you talk to. Some like to do it from top--others from underneath. It is a pain (your is under the turbo right?) to get to. Maybe Marc or Scuffy will chime in with their favorite method. It takes a good tech about 30 minutes so it ain't quick, but can be done without taking apart half of the top of the motor.

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You can reach it from the under side best. Can't really see it when you get an arm up in there though. 10 mm wrench to remove the heat shield and then theres the sensor. Mine went out and i didn't attempt to do it myself cause i knew how hard it was to reach.

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Thanks!

Yeah thanks for your help I think i will try from the bottom. I will let you know how it goes!
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The parts cost will eat you alive too. sensor AND wire harness if oil has infiltrated that.

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Talking ICP Sensor!

I got it replaced! I worked from underneath the truck. The hardest part was the heat shield. I think it had like 3 bolts in it. Once the heat shield was off you could feel around and get to the ICP. Not hard it only took me about 30 min.
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