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Old 09-17-2010, 05:19 PM
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i give up!

i thought i had water in the fuel. now i think the cam position sensor is out. it would stall going down the road, now after running good coming home from work, went to go start it to go to town and nothing. won't start! where is the icp i want to unplug it to see if it will make it start. any help would be appreciated.
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Old 09-17-2010, 06:08 PM
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ICP sensor is on driver's side head by the lifting eye.
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Old 09-17-2010, 06:20 PM
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i have a 96er myself, i am 99.999999999999999% certain the ICP sensor doesn't cause shutdowns, would cause just a rough idle. start with the cam sensor. even at the dealership, not much $$ involved.
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i thought i had water in the fuel. now i think the cam position sensor is out. it would stall going down the road, now after running good coming home from work, went to go start it to go to town and nothing. won't start! where is the icp i want to unplug it to see if it will make it start. any help would be appreciated.
Nah,if you had water in the fuel-you would get a lite.
But if you want-just drain the fuel bowl with the yellow lever under the fuel filter
Cam position sensors are a big cause of what you have
Get one from an international dealer-if you have one in your area-if not go to Ford and get one-it's located down by the harmonic balancer on the pass. side
Use a 10mm wrench or socket
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Old 09-19-2010, 08:38 AM
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After i changed my CPS i still had issues with it stalling. I went and pulled Fuse 22 i think. Went and worked on someting else for 1/2 hour and came back poped it back in and never had a issue since. Been over a year
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