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Old 05-02-2012, 08:55 AM
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IPC sensor question

Hi everybody, I got a silly question, my truck (2000 F350 dually) needs a Ipc sensor(oil inside, sometimes low on power) so I went on EBay and noticed a huge price gap between certain brands anywhere from 50 to 170$ and all being brand new. I was wondering if I should stick with a certain brand or just go for the cheapest one?
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Im assuming u mean icp sensor? And the moto i go by with diesel trucks are you get what you pay for thts just my opinion though

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Im assuming u mean icp sensor? And the moto i go by with diesel trucks are you get what you pay for thts just my opinion though

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Usually thats the truth but from time to time its the same product but in a different wrapper, just hoping to be the case in this situation
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I've used the $50 one with the adapter, and zero issues. It was a 6.0 icp I believe


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The $50 one with adapter is still an ford/motorcraft oem part; so you will be just fine. How they are selling them so cheap, IDK. I do not know if its my new IPR or ICP but my truck seems louder than normal. Will have to trouble shoot this.
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Old 05-05-2012, 06:42 PM
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What adapter are you guys talking about? I just got the sensor and it looks like it will fit right in
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Some have adapters just go on ebay and type in 7.3 icp and you'll see what we mean


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