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ICP and EBP sensors

Question one, I'm having a 4am brain fart, the icp sensor is the one on the drivers side head nearest the front correct? Mine seems to have oil coming out at a pretty fair goop, it's always all oily etc... Secondly, can I clean out the EBP sensor with carb cleaner? Or will it hurt the diaphragm in it? And way to test function? Possibly an ohm test?

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Forgot to add, if anyone has those sensors cheap, let me know. Sadly I'm between jobs, and with our rental property burning down. Money is a thing of the past!


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Sorry for triple posting, can a bad icp sensor cause loss of power?


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Sorry about your misfortune.

Yes, the ICP is in the drivers side oil rail. If it has oil in the connector, replace it.

Yes, a bad ICP sensor can cause loss of power. It is telling the PCM how much oil pressure is there. This information correlates with the injectors. If it is giving a false reading, than your injectors are not getting correct information when it comes to fueling.

As for the EBP... Have you monitored it?
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I'm gonna throw the edge cs off the 6.0 onto it today and check, I was reading the icp should be between 500-600 cranking and up to 2000 while on it?


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Secondly I have no idea what EBP readings should be


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Update, as for icp pressure at idle I'm at 475~ psi and on a quick romp I saw 3000 a few times and right around 2000 driving 50, with oil temp at 175 I'm seeing 1600 psi icp and 49 EBP with the EBP never going below 30 and IPR at 27%.....damn cs doesn't monitor ect on the 7.3!?!


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