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Old 03-31-2014, 10:02 AM
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2005 Sick.0

I have a 2005 F250 6.0. I was about a mile from my home and the truck lost power then quit. I got it started back about an hour later and it ran a little rough but then lost power and quit again.

I can get it to start and it seems to run fine until I rev it to 3000 rpms then it loses power and the rpms fall back and it starts running rough. It is showing 2 codes, 2262 and 2285.

I took the catalytic convert off to look for obstructions but not sure what to look for. It has a screen on both sides and I can see a little light through it the looks like a couple of narrow tubes but it is hard to tell.

Any help is appreciated.
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Old 03-31-2014, 10:29 AM
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Running it with the CC off it runs loud, When I give it fuel it revs to 3000 RPMs and then it gets quit as if the CC is still on it and then it loses power and falls back.
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P2285: ICP sensor circuit low
Pretty much means your ICP sensor is junk.

P2262: Turbo boost pressure not detected
This could be caused by an EGR valve that us stuck open, EP sensor failure, Baro sensor failure or MAP sensor failure.



Has anyone worked on this truck recently?
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Old 03-31-2014, 11:06 AM
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Not latley, IPR was changed about 6 month ago.
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These could also be codes caused by electrical problems.
Had any weird issues with the truck recently?
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Old 03-31-2014, 11:12 AM
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Nope, it was running fine. I did not have check engine light until the issue happend. Seems wied to have these 2 code at the same time. I cleared the codes after I took the CC off to see if they came back and they have not but I have only run it in my driveway. Afraid to take it down the road.
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Replace ICP sensor

Check the rubber hose that comes off the intake manifold and goes towards the passenger side of the truck, That is the MAP sensor line. Check for dry rot, pinholes, slices, tears. Use an appropriately sized allen wrench to poke the hole in the brass nipple on the intake manifold to make sure it is clear. (I say use an allen wrench because of the "L" shape...so you can't drop it in the intake)
Check wiring to MAP sensor (on triangular bracket on top of the AC/heater box).
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I can't find a rubber hose on the intake. Is it on the drivers side? I looked for about 5 minutes on both sides.
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See what he's pointing to? There should be a rubber hose coming from that. That is the MAP hose, and goes to the intake manifold (NOT the elbow).
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Area where that hose connects to the intake:
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