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hey I ordered a icp from fords they sent me a irp...


here what Id like to know the international dealer/24hr repair shop has a icp there in stock but they cant tell me if it will work on a ford due to they cant run the vin as they aren't a ford dealer...

the parts guy was really nice and he said he thinks it will work he went to the 1999 model year for a 7.3L international truck and did a component look up he found it part number 1830669c92 bad thing I cant return it once its open... dealer was $230 and international is $125 he has it in stock and I can get it right now

will it work?

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Why don;t you take yours off and bring it to the International dealer and see if they are the same? Probably are though.

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thats what I would do too.


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yes, that is the correct icp sensor from i.h. installed mine last week with no issues.
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right now its my only set of wheels... the rear end is out of the bronco... thats a long story

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yes, that is the correct icp sensor from i.h. installed mine last week with no issues.
thank you sir im on my way to go get it

big price difference too

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thank you sir im on my way to go get it

big price difference too
no problem. there open this time of night? wow
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the new sensor will look a little different too. they had a change on those a few years back, but it will work. if they look hard enough the would have a chart with the t444e eng. ser. #'s showing this sensor will work
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maybe this will help

here are some part numbers for the web site tikiwiki psd part numbers
ICP Sensor

(Ford) F4TZ-9F838-A (94/95)
(Ford) F6TZ-9F838-A (96-up; marked Julian date 6318 or higher)
(International) (94/95) 1830669C92 $128
(International) (96-up) 1807329C92

I just googled your part number and found this
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ya they are a 24hr roadservice and repair shop for transports

chatham branch

Waycon International Trucks Ltd. Chatham



hopefully this will cure the long crank before starting and well there is oil in the plug so that cant be good either


thanks gbear we should sticky those part numbers as they are almost 1/2 price vs fords

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