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Old 03-03-2007, 09:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Part # F6TZ-9F838-A

Is this an EBPV sensor? If not, anyone know what part it is?
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Re: Part # F6TZ-9F838-A

it is the icp sensor
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Re: Part # F6TZ-9F838-A

ICP Sensor is what the base 9F838 shows. 9J460 is the base for the EBP sensor.

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Old 03-03-2007, 10:27 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Re: Part # F6TZ-9F838-A

Thanks, guys. Any idea what they cost?
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Re: Part # F6TZ-9F838-A

Last I remember, over $100 for either at the dealer, not sure how much at International. If you can wait, there are usually several on E-Bay for a lot less than the dealer or International.

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Re: Part # F6TZ-9F838-A

179 bucks here at your friendly ford dealer here in town.
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Re: Part # F6TZ-9F838-A

I paid $33.78 plus shipping for a new ICP (Injection Control Pressure Sensor) in a sealed Ford package from eBay as a spare about 6 months ago.
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Re: Part # F6TZ-9F838-A

I paid $108 for an ICP from International about a year ago.

Ford was asking $176!!!!!
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Thumbs down ICP Sensor

I just paid $310.97 for this part at George Stockfish Ford Sales in , North Bay Ontario. These guys need to be reported for stealing...if you can buy this same part on E-Bay for $39.99 dollars
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Yep, price gouging is a glorious trait of some. Got one off ebay aweek ago $41 and change
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There is a couple of EBP sensors on ebay now for $89.00 Type in 7.3 powerstroke sensors on ebay. If you look under just powerstroke sensors there are a couple of 6.0 sensors for 46.00 so watch out not to get wrong one OR are they the same sensor for both 7.3 and 6.0 ?
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I need to install an ICP sensor in my 2000 F350 7.3. Does anyone know where it is located on this truck.
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I need to install an ICP sensor in my 2000 F350 7.3. Does anyone know where it is located on this truck.
According to what Tom told you on your other thread (and I agree with him), you don't need a new ICP sensor.

But FYI, it's located here:
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Valve Cover

I pulled the left valve cover off and the connector was not loose nor tight. It did come apart with eaze. There was alot of oil in the connector. Gasket seems fine. Now do I clean it up and put it back together or what. By the way that VC was no easy task.
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I pulled the left valve cover off and the connector was not loose nor tight. It did come apart with eaze. There was alot of oil in the connector. Gasket seems fine. Now do I clean it up and put it back together or what. By the way that VC was no easy task.
I would keep posting in your original post, to keep the info together. The VC gasket has wires that go from one side to the other, and are just pinched into the pins on the connectors. It is very possible those connections have gone bad, and seeing as there is a coating on them you wouldn't see them. You should re-connect all the connectors and start the truck without the VC on. Look for oil coming out the top of each injector, which indicates it is firing. Oil coming from the base indicates a bad o-ring.
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