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Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: Out west
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Check all your wire bundles around the engine. This appears to be what I had. Look around the the injector wires on both heads and where they go under the turbo. Also look at the split loom which goes to the exhaust pressure sensor. This is the wire bundle that rubbed raw on my truck on a small 8mm stud. You may need to remove the air filter to get access to repair this wire if it is the one. If you need, turn the engine on and let idle. Carefully not to burn yourself or get near the fan, move the wire bundles around. If you get it to stop, check closely for worn insulation. The reason that you get a few different things happening is that the sensors and senders are on the same 5v circuit. Ground one out and they all fail, causing the engine to die.
Also, check the ICP sensor. It should be on the passenger cylinder head towards the front.
2016 F350 XLT FX4 CCLB. 7" Icon/OUO/Fox, 37" Toyo MT on 18x9s
Last edited by Betaracer; 10-17-2007 at 09:51 PM.