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Old 04-15-2011, 10:37 AM
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ICPv and Psi help.

So I'm trying to understand the ICP readings, just took my truck for a run and here is what I got-

Cold Idle
1.2v/910-920psi
Warm Idle
.9V/580psi
Up hill @40mph
3.3v/2900psi
Cruising @40mph
1.4v/1000psi

So does this look normal to you? Im just trying to get an idea so I know when I have problems. Oh and what numbers should I start to worry at? I would like to set the warning alert on my CTS so I can know. Thanks.
P.S. Truck is completely stock and any other info is in my sig.
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Page 88 & 89
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Lets talk ICP and DC%
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ICP_DES 0 625.5 1400 - 1450 0 - 4045 PRESSURE (PSI) ICP Desired

Key on = 0

Low idle=625.5

high idle=1400-1450

Operating range= 0-4045 all these are psi.

Ford specs.
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So according to this chart I'm right where I should be, I can hit 3900, but the chart doesnt show that. What would be good numbers to set my Voltage and PSI alerts at so I know when I have problems? And its on a CTS insight so I can only do one way, if it goes to high or low, not both....if it matters.
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So according to this chart I'm right where I should be, I can hit 3900, but the chart doesnt show that. What would be good numbers to set my Voltage and PSI alerts at so I know when I have problems? And its on a CTS insight so I can only do one way, if it goes to high or low, not both....if it matters.
Did you read page 88? Step #10 gives the min volts needed for ICP. I would post it for you, but if you took the time to study it, you would of found your answer.

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