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Old 10-09-2007, 08:43 AM   #16 (permalink)
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Re: How to replace early ICP - with pictures

for the 2003 6.0l ICP replacement, there is a special socket you can get from a known tool maker. The exact description is:
Socket, Ford ICP Sensor, 1 1/16", 3/8" square drive
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Re: How to replace early ICP - with pictures

<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Ronald007</div><div class="ubbcode-body">for the 2003 6.0l ICP replacement, there is a special socket you can get from a known tool maker. The exact description is:
Socket, Ford ICP Sensor, 1 1/16", 3/8" square drive </div></div>

It's my understanding that socket is about $30 from Snap-On. You can buy a socket from Sears for about $10 or less, cut it down to fit and save yourself roughly $20.
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Re: How to replace early ICP - with pictures

Thanks for posting all of this, it is sooo much appreciated!

Mine has been throwing the code and idleing funny and surging for the last couple of days. Of course, 101k miles now dang it!
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Re: How to replace early ICP - with pictures

Just replaced my ICP sensor today. All I can say is for an amatuer, it was the job from hell!!!
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Looking for some help, where is located the . IPR Injection Control Pressure Regulator on a 2007 superduty F350 Diesel. Thank you in advance
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Thanks to everyone!

Greg and Guys

I know you all are hearing this (reading this) a lot but I did the sensor swap last weekend. The 3 hours was right on! If I could have sent my wife and kid somewhere else I would have been right on the 3 hours! All in all it was not that bad. I tried to tell the dealer that ICP is all I wanted Done! They wanted to make me pay for this and that so I decided that if they were not going to do what I told them I wanted done then I would do it myself.

Thank you for the pics! The info has been great! My neighbor came over and could not believe that I had all this data and I was doing it myself. I do not get some people sometimes.

Next is my 79 CJ7!

Thank you very much!

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Was wondering if getting to the sensor on my 6/03 would be easier from underneath the truck. Remove the front drive shaft for more access (8 bolts), the heat shield (3 bolts) and there it is, right? Or is there a good reason I should attack this from the top of the engine? Thanks!
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Old 10-16-2008, 06:38 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Well, I answered my own question. Did the ICP swap from underneath the truck. About a hour's worth of work (not including breaks). Followed Ford's shop procedure with the addition of removing the front drive shaft. It would help to have long skinny arms if you try this.
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I did mine today and I don't see how you can do it from underneath. Once I got it loose I removed it from under and reinstalled it, but I still needed to break it loose and tighten it from the top.
I did it today in under an hour(including breaks) from the top.
But, Tuesday I F'ed with it for three hours, and ended up putting it back together, so I had everything removed today in about 10 minutes.
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Old 10-17-2008, 05:47 PM   #25 (permalink)
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The trick to getting it out from underneath is to use a 1-1/16" deep socket with about an inch cut off the end (socket is about $10 at sears). It fits right over the sensor and you can loosen and tighten it with a rachet. That was the easiest part of the whole job.
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Is a ICP sensor a dealer item? I called advanced and autozone and ask for a ICP sensor and they said they never heard of that.
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Old 01-12-2009, 02:57 PM   #27 (permalink)
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It's a Ford part... you're unlikely to find it anywhere but Ford dealers. I found mine on Ebay for about half the cost of the dealer's. The part numbers are different for different model years so be sure you know what you need before buying.
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This is a great post! I've been seeing more ICP related posts on here as of late. I guess I'm gonna have to add it to my pre-warranty termination checklist. I have either until June 4, 2009, or near 12k left on my deductible warranty. I'm sure I won't make it to June 4th!. Mine is a huntsville 5/21/03 engine. So--- this thing is on the drivers side of the engine block? or is it mounted ON the valve cover. I gathered that it's somewhat under the FICM, or behind it or something?

OK.. I see now. I was having trouble figuring out at first, just where the cameraman was standing! =)

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This is a great post! I've been seeing more ICP related posts on here as of late. I guess I'm gonna have to add it to my pre-warranty termination checklist. I have either until June 4, 2009, or near 12k left on my deductible warranty. I'm sure I won't make it to June 4th!. Mine is a huntsville 5/21/03 engine. So--- this thing is on the drivers side of the engine block? or is it mounted ON the valve cover. I gathered that it's somewhat under the FICM, or behind it or something?

OK.. I see now. I was having trouble figuring out at first, just where the cameraman was standing! =)
5/03 = driver's (left) side, top/back of the engine, behind a heat shield. If a 4WD, remove the front drive shaft for better access. You also need to loosen the trans dip stick tube to reach heat shield bolts on right side of engine.
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