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Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: Brewster, NY
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I suppose that you could pull the turbo if you wanted to clean it up while you're at it. If I recall, 2 of the bolts are 10mm and the 3rd is 13mm or something like that. The 13mm is pretty easy, the other 2 are more challenging. the 13 and one of the 10's you get from the drivers side, the other 10 I got from the passenger side. It would probably help to remove the trans dip stick tube, although I did it without removing it. I bought a 1 1/16" craftsman 1/2" drive deep socket then cut it so the ICP would just fit. Once I got the heat shield off, I took off the wire, popped on my socket and had the ICP out in no time. If I were to do it again, I suspect from start to finish would be 30 minutes or maybe a little less.
Now, I have no idea if your sensor is bad, mine threw a code and I knew it was bad.
2003 F-250 Crew Cab Short Bed Lariat PSD 6.0 Automatic FX4 Edge Insight with EGT Probe. Coolant Filter. All 6.0's need gauges
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