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Old 10-30-2010, 04:39 PM
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rough idle wants to die?

hi guys i am new to the powerstoke world, i have a 1996 f250 4x4. after i have been driving it for a while it starts idleing like it has a cam in it or something. i hooked up my programer to it and it is throwing a couple dif codes. like my air intake temp and a couple others. im woundering if it could be the pcm. any bit of info would help me, i really dont want to take it to a mechanic lol thanks in advanced
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what codes are you getting??
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or if any of you are in crwfordsville in area maybe you can check it out and see what it is doing. thanks
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1212 1289 0113
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i ment **1280**
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p1212 and p1280 say that your ICP sensor is bad or dying. p0113 is air intake temp too high or signal short.
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ICP sensor is fairly easily to change out. did mine a couple years back, bought one at the IH dealership.
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wher is the icp sensor at? ill try replacing that and see if it helps. would the air intake make it rough?
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wher is the icp sensor at? ill try replacing that and see if it helps. would the air intake make it rough?
behind the AC compressor. has 3 wires going into a purple looking connector.
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behind the AC compressor. has 3 wires going into a purple looking connector.
it's screwed into the block.
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