6.0L Powerstroke ICP Sensor
The 6.0 Powerstroke ICP Sensor (Injection Control Pressure Sensor) is one of the most critical sensors on the engine. It senses the pressure in the high-pressure oil system and reports back to the engine computer which in turn adjusts the IPR valve position to achieve the desired pressure for a particular desired engine speed and load. The ICP, ECM, and IPR form a closed loop feedback system. Failure of the ICP sensor can cause a very wide range of driveability symptoms. If there is oil in the ICP sensor connector, it needs to be replaced. If you have a no-start condition, try unplugging the ICP - if the truck starts with the ICP sensor unplugged the sensor is almost certainly bad. To make replacing the ICP sensor easier, check out our 6.0 Powerstroke ICP Sensor Socket.
Fits the following applications:
All 6.0L Diesel built from 9/23/03 - 2010
Replaces the following part numbers: 4C3Z9F838A, 4C3Z9F838AB, SU8773, HTS127, ICP101, 5S7283