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Old 05-22-2012, 05:28 PM
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2 things. ICP Sensor, and a EBPV Q(leak?)

Okay, first things first the ICP sensor, does this seem for real to you? Quite very cheap IMHO, but cheap is good.
97 - 03 POWERSTROKE ICP SENSOR 7.3 DIESEL BRAND NEW IN BOX | eBay

Second issue I am having is when the EBPV closes start getting the hiss out of exhaust yup works, but if you listen it sounds like its fluttering. I'm assuming this is looking like an exhaust leak but would maybe like a little insight before i start ripping things apart. EBPV.mp4 video by arelaith - Photobucket
The other video there is the truck starting up +10 Celsius, still seems to lope a bit off the get go.Start.mp4 video by arelaith - Photobucket But no this is not a hard start help me thread, just had the video there. I am more concered of the exhaust flutter.
Putting in new ICP once I get one, oils coming through it.

Appreciate any help with this. Oh yea, its an 02 f350 like in my sig, no major mods only a kn intake, airbags and guage kit.

Last edited by BSkopnik; 05-22-2012 at 06:03 PM. Reason: Noted this isn't a hard start thread.
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well the idle lope definately sounds like a bad sensor or contacts,

mine did the same thing when i washed my engine down and water got into the ICP sensor plug (due to the lack of a weather guard) it would lope like crazy then i got the water out got the connection good and WAM-O all back to normal

i would suggest putting di electric grease into the plug first to rule out bad connection. also check the metal tabs inside the plug from the harness to make sure none of the metal tabs are bent in
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you can check out international dealer, I just replaced mine for $160
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