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Old 10-02-2008, 01:04 PM
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♦ Help with my OBS- I have the DTC's...

Ok i've been experimenting with the different resistors voltage trying to get it where I want it. I had a 3.3k in it until this morning when i went and took it out before school.

I got in the truck and cranked it up, and it it would lope and then die. Other times when i cranked it back it would just sit and lope.

Well after i got home from school today i popped the hood and looked in the plug to see if any of the prongs were bent. The bottom 2 were in a little bit, but it still shoul've plugged in correctly.

So I plugged the ICP sensor back in and cranked the truck. It was running like normal. I even took it down the road and she ran just fine. No funny idling or anything.

Got back home and parked it...went to leave just now and it was doing the exact same thing. I went in and got my dad's duperchips to read the DTC's and here's what i got:

P1280- ICP circuit out of range Low

P1212- ICP voltage not at expected level


Am I going to have to buy another ICP $en$or???

let me know asap please

Thanks,
-Taylor
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dad is going to beat your azz
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jay he knows already lol

cmon ppl i need some guidance pleaseeee
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i cant be the first idiot to mess up doing mods

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Is there oil in the ICP connector or around the top of the sensor?
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Old 10-03-2008, 11:35 AM
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i'm going to go look now. doesnt seem like there was lst time i was looking at it.

i have a video uploading of how the truck is running.

i'll have it up when it gets done
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