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Old 01-30-2013, 10:41 AM
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Idle issues. Desperate! (video)

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Truck idles like crap in park. Diag from my shop shows 4 injectors are not firing in park. The truck runs phenominal in drive. The injectors are about a week old from Warren Diesel. FICM is a non tuned 58v, showing 50v on my insight. No dtc codes or injector codes.

Any other specs needed to determine this problem that I can pull from my insight?
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Old 01-30-2013, 11:50 AM
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Idle issues. Desperate! (video)

A friend of mine has an 03 sounded the same, he replaced the ICP sensor and it fixed it. What's the HPOP psi look like at idle?


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You know it's funny. Shack (OneBadCoastie) has almost the same problem with his new 175/stock injectors from Warren. PM me for details.
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Hey its not funny! haha pm sent
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Well?? What ended up being the problem?


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Not sure. I don't even know where the icp sensor is located or how to monitor hpop related parameters on my inisght. Someone here asked what my ipr reading was and I guess my monitor doesn't read that. I'm leaning towards lost cause though. Guess I'm pulling on the dyno Saturday with injector problems for the second time.
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Please let us know when you figure it out.


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If theres no code on the icp sensor then its not "bad" right?
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No, the codes for ICP only show up for sensor issues (shorted, low or high voltage) or if it is way off from expected.

You have an 06, so the sensor is on the right valve cover just aft the GPCM. I don't have an Edge Insight, but I thought you could get those parameters on it? Without the info, we are all just shooting in the wind to help you find the problem.

When did you change the injectors out? It is possible you still have some air in the HPO system. It is also possible you have a small HPO leak that at higher pressure is not as obvious, yet.
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