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Old 01-28-2012, 10:14 AM
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I have a f250 powerstroke loses power going up hills it is throwing codes
po470
po715
po717
po603
p1209
p1211
any ideas what the cause is ?
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Old 01-28-2012, 10:43 AM
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p0470: Exhaust pressure sensor

P0715: TSS sensor (insufficient input from TSS sensor)

P0717: Also a TSS sensor code (no signal from TSS sensor)

P0603: Internal Control Module KAM (keep alive memory) Error

P01209 and P1211, I don't have a definition handy
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Old 01-28-2012, 12:19 PM
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I couldn't seem to find those two codes in my shop manual either. Came across an ALL make trouble code identification site which says those two codes deal with ICP problems. Amazing what a person can find on the WEB these days, cool!! Heck, this site should have a link in the Tech Files section!!
http://www.DTCDecode.com

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I got the last 2 codes they are for the ICP Sensor Were not sure why its throwing so many codes at once the dealer we took it to said it could be a short in the wiring and there may be problems with the tranny ???? Runs sluggish and will not pull any hills the service engine light flashes and it loses all power
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Old 01-28-2012, 06:40 PM
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this is what i found on icp sensor im wondering if i replace this if it will fix it
but still worried about tranny codes ?????
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Attention Ford Diesel Truck Owners... Have You hear of ICP?

Injection Control Pressure Sensor for Ford 7.3 and Ford 6.0

Liter Powerstroke Diesel Engines.

Genuine Ford Part. Number 3C3Z-9F838-EA

Sells for $189 at Ford Dealer.

Failure of Injection Control Pressure Sensor is a common problem with the 1999 - 2003 Ford Powerstroke 7.3 & 6.0 engines. Due to a design flaw in the original ICP design, the old ICP sensor starts to leak out of the top of the sensor at the electrical connection. This is a sign of imminent ICP failure. At first, you may not notice anything and then maybe some rough running and finally the engine will fail to run at all. Ford has since redesigned this part. This is the new design. Anyone with a Ford Powerstroke from 1999-2003 will sooner or later have to replace their ICP. This is well documented on all of the online Ford SuperDuty forums. This part may also fit other PowerStroke model years. Please verify compatibility.

Ad ID: 10511736


Read more: ICP Sensor for Ford Powerstroke Diesel (3C3Z-9F838-EA) | Rutherford | eBay Classifieds (Kijiji) | 10511736
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I have a 1999 f250 powerstroke 7.3
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