Re: IPR Replacement
You can unplug the icp
sensor and see how it runs. Is there any oil inside the icp
electrical connection? Oil inside the connection means the icp
You really need to monitor the ipr
to know what its doing. You should be fine to change it with the fuel bowl still in. I was able to. The hard part is getting a socket or wrench to break it loose. Do you have a way to monitor the high pressure oil system?
You might try swapping out the cps
. Its a common issue and not real expensive. Make sure to buy a good mortorcraft sensor.
Old Blue, 97' F350, CCLB, 7.3, Auto
Air: SD IC, 3" Plenums
Fuel: E- Fuel, 160/30 Injectors
Turbo: Irate T4, S366
Oil: T500, Melling LPOP
PCM: TW TS, IDM Mod