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Old 05-25-2013, 05:35 PM
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6.0L Powerstroke Engine Code P2285 Injector Control Pressure Sensor Circuit Low.

Hey, Just bought a 05 6.0L that apperantly needs a STC fitting. The truck runs untill it gets warm and then shuts off and I get the P2285 engine code. It also seems to have less power then other 6.0L I've driven. Does this seem right or should I suspect a injector may be gone to? I find it idles a little rough to.
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Try unplugging the icp sensor on the pass. Side valve cover and see if it starts when warm,they are the easiest sensor to change, a bad injector would give you an imbalance on the bad cylinder code.
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Try unplugging the icp sensor on the pass. Side valve cover and see if it starts when warm,they are the easiest sensor to change, a bad injector would give you an imbalance on the bad cylinder code.
I unplugged the sensor and it started back up. It ran for longer period of time then shut off tripping the engine light. During the time it was running, I retrieved some more engine codes, (P0263 Cylinder 1 Contribution/Balance), (P1284 Injector Control Pressure Failure), and (P0261 Cylinder 1 Injector Circuit Low). Then after it shut off I got a (U0105 Lost Communication With FICM). Should I still suspect a bad ICP sensor or just stick to the STC fitting and maybe dummy plugs in W pipe that supplies injectors with oil. Also should I suspect a injector?
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Replace the icp. Its bad if the truck started when you unplugged the sensor
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out of curiosity what is your ficm voltage key on engine off (while the glow plugs are still cycling) and what is your ficm voltage with the truck running and what is the voltage under WOT. yes if the truck died and you unplugged the icp right after then tried to restart then you need to replace the icp sensor. and if the STC has not been replaced yet on your 05 it more than likely needs replaced along with the dummy plugs and stand pipes. until we have more info on the ficm i would not yet suspect a injector. how many miles are on the truck and how many miles are on the oil?
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Old 05-27-2013, 05:26 AM
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The truck has 211 000km on it. I'm not sure how long ago the oil was changed. As for the FICM, I'm not sure what the voltages are and not sure how to check them. I only have a step up from the bottom of the line code retriever.
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out of curiosity what is your ficm voltage key on engine off (while the glow plugs are still cycling) and what is your ficm voltage with the truck running and what is the voltage under WOT. yes if the truck died and you unplugged the icp right after then tried to restart then you need to replace the icp sensor. and if the STC has not been replaced yet on your 05 it more than likely needs replaced along with the dummy plugs and stand pipes. until we have more info on the ficm i would not yet suspect a injector. how many miles are on the truck and how many miles are on the oil?
I tested FICM and in all 3 test it was between 48v and 48.8v.
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replace ICP and check everything all over again.

you know its bad, and its and easy fix...
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