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post #1 of 35 Old 05-20-2007, 07:09 PM Thread Starter
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Arrow Diagnostic trouble code 1280

I have a late '99 PSD, and my "SERVICE ENGINE SOON" light has been comming on at initial start up. I let my rig warm up for at least 10 minutes before I pull out. When I pull away, I don't notice a loss in power but as I get about 1/2 mile from the house it "the light" goes out, and she just surges obviously back to full power. I ran a test today with my EDGE EVOLUTION and it pulled the code: P1280: INJECT. CONTROL PRESSURE CIRCUIT OUT OF RANGE LOW.

CAN ANYONE TELL ME WHAT THIS MEANS?

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post #2 of 35 Old 05-20-2007, 07:23 PM
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Could mean the ICP sensor is going bad.

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Um....you have to remember I'm a "gas guy" what is an ICP sensor?
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ICP is Injector Control Pressure. That is the sensor that measures the oil pressure and controls what the HPOP (High Pressure Oil Pump) does.

Like John said, I think I'd start with the sensor, and work from there... That's a whole lot cheaper than a new HPOP!!

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ICP is Injector Control Pressure. That is the sensor that measures the oil pressure and controls what the HPOP (High Pressure Oil Pump) does.

Like John said, I think I'd start with the sensor, and work from there... That's a whole lot cheaper than a new HPOP!!
defintily would try that first , most of the time 1280 is sensor or wiring to sensor

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Could also be the IPR sticking from the wrong weight of oil & maybe it needs changing.
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Im using Chevron Dello, 15/40 and just changed it about a month ago. Just checked it today during a fill up and it looks good.

I found out the ICP from the local dealer is about 750.00!
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That sound to me like your getting ripped off. Are you talking about the IPR maybe. It is a bit higher than the ICP sensor. It would be better if you could get ahold of a scanner & get those codes. I/m sure there has to be at least some continuous codes if not some hard fault codes. If thet lits comes on there will surely be some hard fault codes set & that would make it easier to diog.
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Should I just take it to the dealer and have them run a hard code scan?
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ONE! icp sensor I had quoted to me yesterday is $175 at the ford garage so who ever quoted you 750 got something screwed up a new hpop is around 750 bucks so I would def go some where else or talk to a difrent parts guy if it was at the dealership. my truck has pulled the same code and im trying to get it fingered out.



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