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Old 09-11-2006, 04:55 AM
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Code P2285

Over the weekend every time I start up I am getting a CEL. Read the code and it is: P2285 Injector ctrl pressure sensor circ low. I found this post:

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Yeah I pulled the code P2285. ICP low value. I looked around the internet and there was a TSB:

ICP/EBP Sensor Repair Kit:
Both PowerStroke engines may exhibit codes related to the ICP(7.3: P1280; 6.0: P2285) and/or EBP sensors (P0472). If these codes are present, clear them. Start the engine and wiggle the sensor connector that matches the stored code. If the code returns, replace the sensr connector--P/N 3C3Z-12224-BA for 94-96; 3C3Z-12224-AA for 97-2004. Broadcast Message 1078/SSM #17573.
Where is the sensor located?

Also, would this be a warranty item (I am past the 36000 bumper to bumper)?

Thanks for any help.

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Old 09-11-2006, 09:49 AM
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on the 2003 6.0l the icp is under the turbo in the high press oil pump cover next to the ipr. I have seen alot of these leak oil into the connector and cause this code due to oil contaminating the wire insulation and wires crossing either way this sensor should be covered under 5year/100k engine warr with $100 deductable
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Thanks psdtech for the info. I'll probably just get in to the dealer since it is covered.
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Just an update. Thanks again psdtech...you were right on. The dealer replaced the sensor due to oil contamination. I do have another question. Dealer suggested a complete fuel system flush/injector cleaning and said it was needed every 30,000 miles. Is this right? I don't see it in my manual as a normal scheduled maintenance item. Thanks for any info.
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Dealer suggested a complete fuel system flush/injector cleaning and said it was needed every 30,000 miles. Is this right? I don't see it in my manual as a normal scheduled maintenance item. Thanks for any info.
Really!? Thats new to me too. Anyone???
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Just an update. Thanks again psdtech...you were right on. The dealer replaced the sensor due to oil contamination. I do have another question. Dealer suggested a complete fuel system flush/injector cleaning and said it was needed every 30,000 miles. Is this right? I don't see it in my manual as a normal scheduled maintenance item. Thanks for any info.
i am actually against these "fuel system flushes" because a lot of the flushes contain alcohol.....
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i am actually against these "fuel system flushes" because a lot of the flushes contain alcohol.....

Thanks for the input. I was a little leary myself. They told me it was a cleaning solution run in the truck but I didn't ask what kind of cleaning solution.
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Old 09-20-2006, 01:18 PM
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flush

our shop foreman and service manager are trying to push us to sell these flushes we use bg products the flush fluid is just diesel fuel with cleaners added then you need to replace the filters seems like snake oil to me.oh well
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Old 10-08-2007, 10:49 AM
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If you have a P2285 DTC and you have installed a chip (Banks 6 Gun) is the warranty invailid? This truck has about 70,000 miles and the dealer won't fix it due to the chip.

The 6 liter has not leaked any oil yet (under the turbo on this model), but the performance is getting worse. The newer diesels from International have moved the location of the Injector Control Pressure Sensor - I'm guessing their engineers realized under the turbo wasn't the greatest spot to mount it and also the wiring harness had problems shorting out from the leaking oil or from the heat melting the insulation.

The new sensors do require a new wiring harness - correct? If the warranty is invalid, do you have to buy all parts from Ford or is there a place on-line for International parts? The dealer wants $150 for the sensor and $850 for the wiring harness.

Any suggestions?
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They have to prove that your tuner caused the malfunction...

you can fight it once you get some info and all -- it might take a while, but if they cannot prove that your tuner caused the malfunction, it should be covered under the 100K warranty with $100 ded
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