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Old 08-28-2013, 03:07 PM
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So this truck is still stalling. After a bunch of reading I decided to check the ICP. It's easy enough to get to and nothing else has helped. So I removed the plug and put a socket on it. It easily came unscrewed. Upon inspection the only thing that came off is the aluminum cap. It has oil around it so I am assuming it is bad, but how do I get the rest of it out of there?

I am about to place some explosives under the hood!
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Old 08-28-2013, 03:13 PM
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So this truck is still stalling. After a bunch of reading I decided to check the ICP. It's easy enough to get to and nothing else has helped. So I removed the plug and put a socket on it. It easily came unscrewed. Upon inspection the only thing that came off is the aluminum cap. It has oil around it so I am assuming it is bad, but how do I get the rest of it out of there?

I am about to place some explosives under the hood!
oh boy...........i just replaced the motor in my truck and i have long cranking(10-15sec) ids just gave me that code. it only has a small threaded piece that goes into the valve cover there. the slotted part spun off and the threaded end is still in there? good luck dude

also off topic but your not in clarkville md are you?
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Old 08-28-2013, 03:23 PM
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Damn that was the response I was thinking too. I guess its start pulling the pieces, there just seems to be a bunch of plastic in there. I don't know how much strain its going to take.

No TN. Hmmm I didn't know there was one in MD. I've been to the one in IN.
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Old 08-28-2013, 03:37 PM
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yeap all over the place it seems like. good luck again man
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Upon further inspection it looks like a metal stud sticking up. I'm going to wait and see if someone chimes in to tell to take a pair of vice grips to it before I really screw up.
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open end wrench actually 10 or 11 mm IIRC.
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Thanks Danny. I'll give it a try in the morning.
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If it broke below the flats a pipe wrench or vice grips may indeed be needed
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9MM took it right off. I would have never saw the flat if you hadn't mentioned it. Thanks again Danny.
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