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Hpop problems 03

Alright I've finally saved some money to get some work done on my truck I've narrowed it down to the hpop but not sure if its just a leak or the hpop is bad I was wondering if there's anyway I could take r to the dealership and find out for sure or what? Also would the hpop cause a intermittent miss? Thank you
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What kind of problems are you having that you have determined a bad or weak HPOP?

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No hot start and the miss
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And I had the turbo replaced not long ago and I asked the mechanic about it and he used to own the truck and told me that's what it was it was going bad when he had it
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Do you have a way to monitor your parameters? You need to see what your ICP is when trying to start it hot. It has to see a minimum of 500 psi to start. You could try unplugging the ICP sensor and seeing if it will start but if it's an early 03, it'll be hard to get to, especially when it's hot.

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No. I was thinking on taking it to the dealer for that and i I've looked into the icp sensor it looks almost impossible to get to
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The 03-04 models did have more pump issues than the 05-07years. You can move your degas bottle out of the way and the FICM and get to it.

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If I unplug it and it starts what does that mean?
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The sensor is junk. The 03's are also notorious for oil leaking through the sensor and contaminating the connector with oil. If it starts, replace the sensor and pigtail.

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