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Old 08-25-2011, 02:10 PM
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IOP sensor..

Took my truck to the shop for the crappy gas mileage i was getting and for the tough morning starts and spitting black smoke everywhere... Scan revealed injector 7 was low, glow plug harness was bad, and iop sensor.. What is the iop sensor and what does it do?!
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Old 08-25-2011, 02:15 PM
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They must have meant the ICP...

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Maybe... I am not actually home.. This is all stuff that is being relayed to me by my gf as I am overseas currently.. In that case, what is the ICP sensor??
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ICP is the injector control pressure sensor - Cost is about $150.00

It monitors the pressure put out by the HPOP
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ICP is the injector control pressure sensor - Cost is about $150.00

It monitors the pressure put out by the HPOP
Thanks man... I appreciate that... Makes sense, bc I remember seeing a dtc before about the ICP..

Local shop is replacing an injector, glow plug harness, and the ICP parts and labor for $900.. Seems reasonable considering an injector is about 270, the ICP as you say is 150.. Hopefully all that will fix my problem.. It was tough to get it to crank in the morning and gas mileage was terrible..
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Thanks man... I appreciate that... Makes sense, bc I remember seeing a dtc before about the ICP..

Local shop is replacing an injector, glow plug harness, and the ICP parts and labor for $900.. Seems reasonable considering an injector is about 270, the ICP as you say is 150.. Hopefully all that will fix my problem.. It was tough to get it to crank in the morning and gas mileage was terrible..
I would have them give a look at the FICM voltage as well and see if it is within spec - anything below 46v and its out of spec.

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I would have them give a look at the FICM voltage as well and see if it is within spec - anything below 46v and its out of spec.

Todd
I specifically asked about the FICM and it was good.. 48 volts while running and while cranking..
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