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LOW ICP?????

keep getting a CEL stating my ICP is too low. I saw someone post this before and all was stated was to change the ICP sensor. If its not the sensor what can be causing the problem??

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What year truck?

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2004 is the year

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If it's an early 04 engine which would mean the ICP sensor is located in the HPOP cover under the turbo instead of it being in the passenger side valve cover, I'd unplug the harness and check for oil leaking into the connector. If it's oil soaked, replace the sensor and the pigtail.

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