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Bad ICP Sensor???

I have an 05 F-250 PSD...My check engine light is back on again. I recently had some work done on the truck at the local dealership the last time the engine light came on about a month ago. I had a low injector control pressure code last time. I havent scanned it this time yet this time. I also notice alot of blue smoke when I first start the truck in the morning only along with a long crank. Is that normal? Is it because the weather is getting colder? Also noticed a loss in power. Any suggestions before I go back to the dealer and have to pay another $100 co-pay

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Sounds like it. I'd see if the dealer would replace it for free, since you said you just had it done. Probably not going to happen but the worst they can say is no. A little haze on start up is normal. The power loss, depending upon how much loss we are talking could be from cold start ups or it could be from the ICP sensor. Good luck anyways.

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i made an appt to take it in this afternoon...we shall see what they say. Thanks

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if you unplug the ICP sensor and the truck still starts, doesnt that mean that the ICP sensor is bad? I thought i read that on here somewhere

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Possibly or maybe the FICM? My ICP sensor story was weird. It would turn on, I'd drive it around town all day. And by 3 in the afternoon, it would be off again, like nothing ever happened.

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