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Old 11-12-2006, 10:21 PM
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replaced icp-now codes and stalling

well i finnaly got around to replacing my icp sensor, cleaned the the connector the best i could with an allpurpose cleaner and put a new icp in with some dielectric grease in the connector. cleared the previous code-p2285 for icp sensor circuit low and drove it about 130 miles with no problem( it was about 6 ignition cyles) it sat for 3 hours and when i started it there were 3 codes- p2285-icp cucuit low,p2287-ck manual?(thats what it said),p1000-obd monitor check not complete more driving required.....sooo i said a couple curse words, cleared them and off i drove, for prob 4 mile till my truck shut off while driving...then again every couple miles all the way home..it started right back up every time..when it shut off p2285 and p1000 came on.feels as if the fuel jus shuts off while im cruising. i did not replace the connector with the new sensor - my truck only had the light on before with no stalling happining.when i replaced the sensorand looked at the connector everything was covered with oil-thats why i thought i would jus clean it... i wish i knew what to do
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Old 11-13-2006, 05:33 AM
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Have you checked your oil level? Make sure it's right where it was when you filled it last time.
I may be way off but seems like i have read where the oil level being low can cause this.
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Old 11-13-2006, 05:57 AM
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oil level good...now it wont start at all
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Old 11-13-2006, 06:07 AM
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the water in fuel light stays on with the key on and the ck gauges light too...im gonna try draining the water seperator on the frame and see...let me know if anyone has any other ideas???
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Old 11-13-2006, 06:18 AM
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drained a good amount of water out but no changes....
still has p2285 and p1000 also...........i goin to the flipin dealership and grabbin me an icp connector-hope that will do it

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Old 11-13-2006, 06:25 AM
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I PMed Marc (our PSD guru) and asked him if he had time to help you out this morning...he said he was just walking out the door for work. He said he could address this tonight but told me to tell you to start by replacing the connector to the ICP.
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Old 11-13-2006, 07:27 AM
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thanks CHenry...u da man..by the way- why the @$%^& is the icp connector kit 94 dollars? it is a connector,three heat shrinks the butt connectors and dielectric grease..that one hit me out of no where-maybe its because im in tampa where they like to mark everything up 150%
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Old 11-13-2006, 08:05 AM
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I don't know, can you get it from an International parts store?
If you could, it may be ALOT cheaper. That may not be something you would find at International though.
Try NAPA also...
For the hassle it will be to put it on, i think it should be free!
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Old 11-13-2006, 01:14 PM
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i replaced the icp connector with all the shrink tube and dielec grease put it all back together cleared the codes and drove it a half mile before it shut off again ..i think it may be a fuel pump but i dunno..when it shuts off p2285 and p1000 are stored.it runs at idle fine-had it running a good 10 minutes before i drove it and kept it running 20 minutes after i got home so let me know what yall think...thanks
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Marc will be on tonight and he can help ya out!!
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