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post #1 of 9 Old 11-05-2013, 11:47 AM Thread Starter
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My 95 Powerstroke acted like was starved for fuel. Ran scan and shows ICP not operating . Only shows 5 psi on fuel. Anyone know which part no. the sensor is ? Seems to be quite a few different ones and prices on ebay for this part. 95 7.3 powerstroke Auto, 4 WD. Thanks in advance
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Idk the number. But if you have a international dealer near by I do remember it being cheaper from them then ford..

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What would you describe as "your truck acting starved for fuel"? I am having a fuel issue on my 95 and I am looking for something related to my symptoms. Mine runs and idles rough, puffs more black smoke under acceleration than it should, and has a noticeable loss of power and mileage. I've put a fuel pump in, rebuilt fpr and fuel bowl, it's still not right. This is a pain. Any help from your experience would be greatly appreciated.

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I know the icp can make a idle rough. U can always unpplug your icp sensor.. se if it runs differ.t.. it kinda goes into a safe mode.. if it runs normal that way id reolace the sensor.. if its not that you could have a bad or dirty injector or bad orings on them

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Would it cause the other things I mentioned as well, I. E. Loss of power, extra smoke, poor mileage?

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It is pissible. The icp comtrols the pressure to the injectors.. if its messed up itll over or defuel. When mine messed up It would make my truck accelerate n slow down on its own now and then while driving

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the plug on the icp sensor go's bad also


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Found the part for 94-95 PSD #F4TZ9F838A. Prices online vary from $100-$500. Ricart , my local Ford dealer where I purchased this truck new,has OEM for $150 so am going that route. Found better prices and availability of newer ICP #F6TZ9F838A, but am told they will work and others say they won't. New ?? Will they swap out and work? Is anything different besides the pin material which I can remedy with dielectric grease.
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Not sure I havnt heard about the new being better or worse. My ire went bad I replaced it with wire and plug out of a 7.3 school bus with no probs... the sensor itself is still factory. And I have no issues. You said ricart... thats in columbus right? There should be a ih truck store up there.

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