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No muffler equals low injector control sensor pressure?

I recently cut off the catalytic converter and muffler off of my 04 6.0L diesel, shortly after my check engine light comes on. The code was, I believe, low injector control sensor pressure. Could the lack of muffler and cat be causing this? The truck will get a burst of fuel and buck occasionally. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
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Opening the exhaust shouldn't make that happen.

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Does the sensor need replaced or something else need adjusted?
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Not related to your exhaust. It is a high pressure oil problem. Maybe ICP sensor is bad but it could also be a bad IPR or a HPO leak.

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