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Old 11-18-2010, 02:06 PM
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ICP location on 02 7.3motor

Just had a new Jasper motor put into my truck, drove it 500 miles to get it home with no problems...I am now throwing p1280,p0603,p0541 and from other posts I am thinking the ICP sensor is the first thing to check... where is this ICP bugger that everyone is talking about?
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Old 11-18-2010, 02:36 PM
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ICP sensor is on the drivers side head, just below the alt...
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Does it ever need to be cleaned?
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Old 01-18-2011, 12:51 PM
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Does it ever need to be cleaned?
I don't know if cleaning of the tip exposed to oil is neccessary or not. I found oil in the connection of mine from the sensor failing and oil passing thru it... I cleaned it out with cleaner and dobbed a little di-electric grease on her, it worked better,,,,, ? ? then cleaned it out at the days end with more spray, ran it dry (er),,, and it acted up more frequently. My new ICP will not be here until friday, so more cleaning and more grease and more foul language for me... RB


Also--- mine is right near the factory lifting eye, a three wired connector, near the inside of the valley,
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Old 01-18-2011, 01:22 PM
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I think the ICP is the sensor that can be left unplugged. And I think the IPR is the one with the oil screen that needs cleaning. The above statements might be backwards but I think this is right.
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Did you ever figure out your problem???
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whats the relay directly underneath the gpr? looking at mine i only have gpr
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whats the relay directly underneath the gpr? looking at mine i only have gpr
I believe it's the AIH relay.
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