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Engine Light Code P2285

Does anyone know what this is and what should I look for ? The ford dealer just told me to bring the truck in. No help there

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6.0 or 7.3?

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injector control pressure sensor circuit low

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its a 6.0 and code means you need to replace icp sensor , and possibly connector

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Same things on E350 w/6.0? Stalls randomly, cranks right back up and code P2285. Thanks in advance.

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Same things on E350 w/6.0? Stalls randomly, cranks right back up and code P2285. Thanks in advance.

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Yeah. It's the same. Mine Currently has that code. I just have been to lazy to fix it myself. The Dealership wants 650 bucks. I think I'm going do that, and egr delete and exhaust all at once while im under there and be done with it all. I would think it would be easier on the van tho. Never been in them but you should be able to get to it from the inside .

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I would think it would be easier on the van tho. never been in them but you shuld be able to get to it from the inside .
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Would it not be easier? I've never worked on one. Can you get to the engine from the inside of the van? Just trying to learn something new...

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