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post #1 of 15 Old 01-20-2012, 02:21 PM Thread Starter
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Leaking fuel like its her job

Ok so when I went and looked at the truck didn't leak anything. I drove it two hours home and it started leaking fuel, its dripping down the pass side of the trans. And does have fuel in the valley, is it the icp sensor, or injectors I'm stumped

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ICP is for HPO.
Clean it, and check all the fuel lines that like to fall apart around the pump, make sure the pump isn't leaking, check the filter and make sure it's seated.
You just gotta find it.



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Mine does the same damn thing....the circled sensor in the the pic, is that ICP??? It was pretty wet. You can see the puddle of fuel in there too. Plan on replacing all those hoses too.

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The ICP has nothing to do with fuel and is located on the driver side head in the front. The circled one is the water in fuel sensor I believe.

On the fuel leak, it is either one of the 3 short fuel lines on the fuel bowl(in pic above) are the most common, and just the fuel bowl itself is prone to leaks, they make complete o-ring kits to rebuild them

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I believe I have it fixed it was a 40 dollar sensor can't remember Fords long name for it

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Was the sensor leaking or just the oring?



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Sensor, right through the pig tail side

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Hmmm, that's a new one. Usually it's just the oring. Well glad ya got it.



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I believe I have it fixed it was a 40 dollar sensor can't remember Fords long name for it

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Do you have a part number for it???
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If I can find the package it was in I do

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