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Old 03-01-2009, 01:59 PM
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ICP Removal

Anyone know what size crowsfoot I need to remove the ICP and if there is an O-ring, what size is it? Does the new sensor usually come with an O-ring?
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Old 03-01-2009, 02:19 PM
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5/8" crowfoot. There is an 0-ring and the new one will have an o-ring on it. Just did it 2 weeks ago. My new sensor came from Ford. It was a 30mm hex body, used a deep socket to install it. Had the IH part number stamped on the side of it. My connector was full of oil in the old one. Thought it solved my problem. Engine didn't miss for 2 weeks. Starting missing again yesterday. Of course I put the scanner on it a couple of hours ago and went for a 20 mile drive, didn't miss a beat. Does anybody out there know what voltages I should be seeing on the scanner for the Injection Control Pressures?
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