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Old 09-16-2008, 06:11 PM
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changing icp sensor

well guys im changing my icp sencor tomorrow ....i bought it today ....my truck is leaking like crazy and its been surging really bad ......so after work im going to get on it ...i just have to go tonight and get a deep socket to take it out ..........well wish me luck
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Old 09-16-2008, 06:43 PM
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you'll make up some new words by the time it's done...
hope it goes as smoothly as possible..
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Old 09-16-2008, 06:47 PM
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Pm me for my number...your gonna need more assistance than you realize. A deep socket wont work.....a shallow one wont either
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Old 09-17-2008, 06:54 PM
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well i got the sensor in .....its was a pain in the azz but now my [roblem is i broke the tab off the connector to it ...so its kind of just sitting in there....but i had to put the truck back together because i need it ...so im calling ford to see how much a new harness is so i can change it .............mschn99 wish i would of saw your post because it would of been nice to have help......my arm and hand are all scraped and swollen ....so now i need to get that harness tomorrow if i can because i cant be having the other one popping out........................ i really dont want to do it but i have too
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well i got the sensor in .....its was a pain in the azz but now my [roblem is i broke the tab off the connector to it ...so its kind of just sitting in there....but i had to put the truck back together because i need it ...so im calling ford to see how much a new harness is so i can change it .............mschn99 wish i would of saw your post because it would of been nice to have help......my arm and hand are all scraped and swollen ....so now i need to get that harness tomorrow if i can because i cant be having the other one popping out........................ i really dont want to do it but i have too
you dont have to buy the whole harness. The pigtail for that connector is available by itself. They arent cheap (around 100 bucks) but they are out there. I think i have 3 or four in my toolbox...we may be able to work something out
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Old 09-17-2008, 07:03 PM
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where are you located
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ICP Connector on eBay

There are more on there, that was just the first one I turned up. They usually go for around $30 on eBay.
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