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Old 04-11-2010, 02:44 PM
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loss of all power

ok guys here goes. so randomly my truck will all of a sudden lose power. shell be running fine and then i notice that it seems to start to chug a bit and wont boost. this happens randomly so i cant exactly pin point anything specific that happens before it starts. yesterday it was so bad that the truck couldnt get me past 30mph and was just chugging and running like hell. i had my buddy scan it with his superchip and the only codes im getting are p1000 and p0603. this is driving me nuts guys so pleeeeease help. ive seen some posts about icp and cam position sensor. can anybody give me a little more info about these or point me in the direction of a post about them. this problem first occured a couple weeks after my truck ran out of gas on me. i changed the fuel filter shortly after but the problem still is there. thanks in advance guys
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Old 04-11-2010, 03:01 PM
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well stop putting gas in your truck! lol jk
anyway check your ICP sensor i'd say its bad.
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lol touche. sorry for the ignorance but can you tell me more about this icp, for instance do i need to get this from ford? can i swap it myself? etc etc
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P1000 Monitor Checks Not Complete-More Driving Required
P0603 Internal Control Module KAM Error

KAM is keep alive memory, that combined with your first code would tell me the batteries were off shortly before the codes were read

ICP is the injector control pressure sensor - it is located on the inner aspect of the front driver's side head - three wire connector. If you unplug it the next time your motor is acting up, and everything gets better - you've nailed it. The PCM (powertrain control module) will use a default value allowing the truck to run. You can get the ICP from Ford, although you could get better prices on e-bay. A five year old can change it - lefty loosey - righty tighty is all you need to know.

Edit: another thought - if you ran out of fuel, you may have picked up the dreggs at the bottom of your tank, clogging the screen on your fuel pick up, or one of the screens in the mixer - that will leave you with low fuel pressure, which could also cause the problems you are describing. You could put a fuel pressure gauge on (there are two plugs on the fuel filter assembly that are commonly used ports) or you could just drop your tank and clean it up.
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awesome. im pretty good mechanically so i don't think ill have any probs changing it. as always thanks guys. youve been a world of help. hopefully the icp is all it is.
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