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Old 04-01-2011, 09:12 AM
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Angry Truck Dies until check engine light comes on

I have a 97 F-250 5sp with 222,xxx miles. Truck will run fine until it gets warm and then it will either lope or just die going down the road and the pedal will do nothing. once the check engine light comes on (if it comes on) it will run fine (well close) and i Put a new cam sensor in it. It is still pulling p1211 Inject. control above/below desired, and ICP voltage not at expected level. Any advise will be great.. been messing with it for a while and im not good with electronics. Gets worse the longer it goes.. new fuel filter, and checked oil level.. thanks for any advise
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Old 04-01-2011, 10:22 AM
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It could be all kinds of stuff. I have been dealing with something similar. One common thing to check would be your harness that plugs into the valve cover gaskets. That runs your injectors and Glow Plugs. They are common for getting a bad connection then melting. I guess that can hrow all kinds of codes. I believe international sells an upgraded harness and valve cover gasket. It is a place to start. Good luck and keep us updated.
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I just replaced my Harness that plugs into the valve cover gaskets. My truck would run ruff and die when i first started it up and randomly after. The check engine light would come on but give me a P151 code (I think) and that meant a faulty sensor. I would chase a couple more things down before I go with the wiring harness.
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Old 04-03-2011, 07:23 AM
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Well i looked at my harness conections and made sure they were tight.. i also found a wire with a rub mark down to the copper so i taped it up... i took it for a short test drive and it did not die but i only went a couple miles.. thanks for the advise and help
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did u try replacing the crank shaft sensor? because thats what it sounds like to me iv been down that road a few times with my old 7.3
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and i Put a new cam sensor in it.


Does your ICP sensor have oil in the plug? That bare wire could have been your problem, but it sounds more like the ICP to me
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Old 04-03-2011, 08:47 AM
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imma gonna bet your ICP sensor is bad
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