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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 03-19-2014, 01:51 PM Thread Starter
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ipr and icp on scangauge

Alright so here we go ive been searching the internet for days to figure this out. I got my scan gauge hooked up reading ect, eot, ipr duty cycle, and icp pressure. At idle fully warmed up im seeing 28% duty cycle and around 800 psi at idle. Cruising around 2000 im seeing 50% duty cycle and around 1700 psi. engine coolant temp is 160 and engine oil temp is 180 to 190. At full throttle I see 89.9% duty cycle and 930 psi icp pressure. I have new standpipes and dummy plugs new seals for the high pressure cups and injectors seals is where I am going to start. What do you guys think could be causing this issue.
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Re: ipr and icp on scangauge

Looks. Like the hpop is straining my 7.3 at wot 2800 psi at 48%

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im hoping I don't have to put a new hpop in the truck
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unplug icp is their oil in the plug? have you ever replaced the icp?

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It is not your HPOP as stated above.... Is it falling on its face when your driving?
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Re: ipr and icp on scangauge

Get your engine coolant temp up to the proper range (180-195) before you do any diagnosing.
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Get your engine coolant temp up to the proper range (180-195) before you do any diagnosing.
There's my first issue the hottest the truck gets is 160 degrees. I need to do a thermostat this weekend
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unplug icp is their oil in the plug? have you ever replaced the icp?
ICP sensor was replace 1.5 years ago by KEM Performance in Georgia. I have not unplugged the icp and taken it out to look at it
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It is not your HPOP as stated above.... Is it falling on its face when your driving?
Yes it falls on its face when I drive it..
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I would look into ICP first, if you voltage is low/jumping around. If not then try replacing your IPR
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