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95 psd another no start story! Very detailed for good help!

Ok so I have a 95 psd auto 4wd and have a no start. It will start with "The bad stuff" but if you drive it at all and shut it down you have to give it a small shot of "The bad stuff" for it to fire up again. Had a guy with a genisis run the codes and this is what we got p0198= oil temp, p0472= ebpv
p0476= another ebpv and a p1280= control panel. So heres the scoop in detail, because I know how details get better help. The truck has a new cps and tack does jump up when cranking. Hot batteries new starter, new alternator, new uvch's new gpr, good glow plugs, wait to start light comes on, fuel in bowl, good fuel pressure, oil 3/4 of a inch to the top of the hpop, good fuel, new fuel filter and the #22 maxi fuse is not blown.And I belive that the codes were just from me unplugging the icp, eot, and ipr giving it chances to fire up on its own. But im not sure about the p1280= control panel code? Also more in depth The uvch Harnesses were replaced after losing the passenger side months ago so it has ran for a couple months before my new headache. This mourning I went to take the kids to school and I left it unplugged in mid 20's temperature and it fired right up!?!? The ebpv cycled as it should and off we went, dropped them off went to run some errands and after I got back in it, it wouldt fire up without a sniff of "The bad stuff' I have noticed that after changing out what I thought to be a bad cps at first that after it gets running it has developed a miss that comes and goes and under WOT it bucks a little and clears out sometimes and others not, Idont know if this is a coincidence of something failing just at the time to make me think that my new cps to be at fault but I doubt it, I personally think its a few injectors going down and bleeding off, or a bad hpop thats loosing pressure and I have to ''assist'' the starting process because of it LOL. Any help would be appreciated and the truck has 312,000 miles on it and I have no history on the Injectors themselves other than there AA Codes.
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From the High Pressure Oil System Guide:

P1280 code is for ICP circuit low (often open circuits). Typical issues include, corrosion, spread pins, or improperly crimped terminals at the ICP sensor harness connector.
If a P1280 is set, the PCM will display a default value of 725psi at idle. To verify open circuit concern use ICPv.
ICP KOEO signal voltage should be between .16 to .28 volts.

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thanks just seen your post over on the nation. lol
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Yep! And I saw yours. Looks like a new ICP is in order. Cheers!

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Yep! And I saw yours. Looks like a new ICP is in order. Cheers!
Yes icp sensor on order. So if anyone is having a no start issue and theres oil in your icp sensor. Try unplugging it and crank on it a second longer than a "fixed" truck and if it fires up. Its probably your icp sensor or icp harness. Good luck all and I hope my experience with a no start helps someone.
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