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ICP Sensor???

I think i have a bad ICP sensor.
THe truck would run up to about 1500 RPM and then loose power, but would still run smooth, just a lack of power. its not fuel pressure. when i unplug the ICP it runs with a steady power stream. now i got a sensor but the threads were course, where do i get a fine thread sensor that will work?
Or would this be a different problem.
Any help would be great
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where did you get that sensor?

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i got it off of ebay. he mentioned that the engine needed the to have the course threads. it was the same part number as the ford genuine parts.
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i got it off of ebay. he mentioned that the engine needed the to have the course threads. it was the same part number as the ford genuine parts.
Yeah I just went through this myself too, but they didn't mention the course threads in his ad. He came through and gave me a refund though. I still haven't figured out what year took the course threads.

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yeah, so i was wondering where you can get the right part number. he said he won't refund it. and i messed up the threads a lil bit before i realized that i had a problem.
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