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Old 07-02-2014, 07:19 PM
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Stranded roadside need help ASAP!

Headed home tonight and she stalled out on me. I know the routine with unplugging the ICP to get it to fire off, BUT I'm sitting on the side of the road and need to know what's the best way to unplug it road side? Keep in mind she's an early 04 with the ICP behind the turbo. Any help would be greatly appreciated!


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Any body online that could give me some insight?


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Like I said I'm sitting here on the side of the road. Thanks in advance.


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She turns over fast just not firing. My SCT live wire read a P2623 Fuel Injection Control circuit open. Any idea how I can fix enough to limp home.


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I am not sure how to unplug that guy with everything in there. I had a hard enough time plugging mine back in with the ficm and intake hoses out.

Ofcourse if you were down to the wire you could always cut the pig tail with some long nippers maybe and see if that would get it going.
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I have an 05 so I got the easy ICP sensor I don't think your going to be able to reach yours but sounds like IPR valve got stuck how much ICP are you reading when cranking?
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I think you need to check your ficm plugs are seated in properly. This is probably too late to help. Hope you finally got off the side of the road.
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