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Old 07-22-2008, 05:08 PM
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I have a code coming up saying ICP above desiered level whats the deal with that ? What do I need to do to fix the problem ?

Any help would be great !!!!
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Is it a P1211?

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i have that same code in my truck. its a 02 350 PSD 7.3 with a 4" turbo back mbrp and a sct x3 tuner. is there any way to get that code to go away? i have it on the street setting and the engine light comes on when u get on the throttle but goes away.. any help is very much apreciated thanks.
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I use to have a Banks Tuner, engine light was on every time I went up a hill near by my house...P1211. All it did was irritate the hell out of me!

ICP: Injection Control Pressure sensor
Feedback input; The PCM monitors the high pressure oil system to determine if it needs to be increased if load demand increases. It also uses this to stabilize idle speed. volts in, 1.0volt@580psi, 3.22volts@2520psi. PID: ICP (pressure), ICP V (voltage)
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is there anything i can do to get that darn light from coming on all the time lol its so annoying
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Get more high pressure oil.
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Old 06-17-2009, 07:32 PM
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When I changed to the 6 Position Flip Chip I rarely see the code unless I am really on the pedal in 4th gear or OD. Usually need to be on a grade or loaded. Allot of the tuners I have found dramatically increase ICP (Pressure) which is what I believe to be the cause of the P1211 TC.
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When I changed to the 6 Position Flip Chip I rarely see the code unless I am really on the pedal in 4th gear or OD. Usually need to be on a grade or loaded. Allot of the tuners I have found dramatically increase ICP (Pressure) which is what I believe to be the cause of the P1211 TC.
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Old 06-17-2009, 07:41 PM
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When I changed to the 6 Position Flip Chip I rarely see the code unless I am really on the pedal in 4th gear or OD. Usually need to be on a grade or loaded. Allot of the tuners I have found dramatically increase ICP (Pressure) which is what I believe to be the cause of the P1211 TC.
Yup. ICP also increases fuel economy due to better atomization resulting in a more complete burn, it decreases EGT's because the fuel is better atomized and more completely burned, and it can inject more fuel in the injection event resulting in more power. That is why tuners increase ICP..... Get big oil and you will never see an ICP code again.

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