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Old 02-22-2009, 03:22 PM
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ICP Sensor replacement 03 6.0L

Sorry guys, usually I would do an intro and browse before I post, but I'm stuck at a friends house trying to help him out. (Thank god for the I phone) Essentially His ICP sensor is bad and at first I thought it would be easy to replace but I'm finding it difficult to get to this sucker. Is there a trick to gettin to it that I'm missing, or is this something that needs to be done by a diesel shop? I'm a fabricator and build traditional hot rods, so I generally know what I'm doing, just want to get an opinion from those that know them well. Thanks! - Paulie
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Old 02-22-2009, 06:14 PM
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Easiest way i found was to remove the degass bottle. With a 12 inch, a 24 inch extention and a swivel you can get to it with a 35mm deep socket. (might be wrong about the 35mm....double check that). Just unplug the connector and dig in there. After i got the old one out, i found it easier to get the new one in from underneath.
Hope it helps a bit.

Dave....with a broke POS 6.0 who also has a post in engine 911....
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Old 02-22-2009, 06:27 PM
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reach up over your tranny from under your truck from the drivers side.....there is a heat shield plate with 3 screws remove them and take the plate off.......then you'll have access to the icp sensor .......i used a wrench that i cut short to take it off .......that is the easy way to do it .....good luck
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Old 02-23-2009, 08:19 AM
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I appreciate the help guys! Thank you!
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