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6.0 Powerstroke P6083

Before i get flamed i did search and this is more or less a confirmation for me.
03 powerstroke with intake, exhaust, programmer...
Problems:
oil leak
hard start turned into no start
trouble code showed up **P0683** sorry for the title error

A couple months back it started having cold start issues. So I started with the rev-x solution on the next oil change. At first it was better then got worse again and an oil leak arose. After some research on here i found out where the oil leak was possibly coming from. Checked the ICP sensor and it was covered with oil. Checked the ficm and it tested out ok 48v.

Solutions??
replace ICP sensor
replace gpcm

This is where i believe i should start. Im just looking for confirmation on this.
If anyone has any other possible solutions please let me know... Thanks in advance...

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If your ICP is oil soaked replace it with the harness as well, should fix your problem

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also make sure you get your new ICP fully tight or it will leak past the oring and you will be into it twice.

I have replaced the sensor both ways from up top and from underneath, in my experience go from the bottom. Take out your from driveshaft, removed heat shield on back of motor, and i cut a 1 1/16th wrench in two and used the box end to fully tighten down the sensor. The pigtail i would do up top, you should be able to pull it out with it unplugged from the ICP and replace it.

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awesome thanks for your reply...

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If your ICP is oil soaked replace it with the harness as well, should fix your problem
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You mean P0683. Yes you are on the right track. Replace the GPCM. Oil ICP sensor is a good indicator the sensor has failed. Replace it, and the pigtail

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You mean P0683. Yes you are on the right track. Replace the GPCM. Oil ICP sensor is a good indicator the sensor has failed. Replace it, and the pigtail
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