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  • Chris Billman Apr 10, 2015

    Ford F250 6.0 code p2286

  • pierre laplante Apr 10, 2015

    you look at the sensor you say it on your engine is it full of oil the connector get damaged with oil r simply the sensor bad

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How much injector oil pressure should I have with just starter spinning over no crank and pours white smoke out exhaust


Here's you some info from a ford manual.
you can use any scan tool that will rear ICP pressure and RPM. you need at least 100 RPM while cranking.

Check oil level and quality first. if its low, it may not start, if it's old it may aerate easily(mix with air easily)

If the smoke is white/gray and smells like raw diesel, you possibly have a stuck open/Leaking Injector, Leaking injector O-Ring Seal. A failed glow plug system, can make white smoke as I am unsure of the cranking temp. if it is Blue/White there may be a compression ring issue.

A note on 7.3L injectors!!!! ALL of the Injectors are the same EXCEPT #8 (Last one on the Driver's side) It is a "Cackle" Injector. It looks the same but is slightly different. It even has a different part number in our Ford Catalog.

I hope that helps you let me know if you need anymore info.

Rick



Tools Required:
New Generation Star (NGS) Tester 007-00500 or equivalent

9c. Monitor ICP While Cranking (min 500 psi @100 RPM)
Purpose:
To determine if the injection control system can supply enough injection control pressure to sustain starting.
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Recommended Procedure:
Install NGS Tester. Access ICP and IPR PIDs on NGS Tester, and monitor PID readings while cranking the engine.
Note: CMP signal is required before IPR is commanded above 14%.
If ICP does not meet the minimum specification of 3450 kPa (500 psi), the injectors will not be enabled by the PCM because of insufficient rail pressure.
If IPR goes above 14%, ICP pressure should easily go above 3.4 MPa (500 psi) provided that the oil reservoir is full, the IPR valve is not stuck open, the high pressure pump is building pressure and there is not an injection control pressure leak between the high pressure pump and all of the injectors.
Possible Causes:
  • Injection control pressure system leak
  • Oil reservoir level low
  • IPR failure (sticking open)
  • Faulty high pressure pump
  • Injector O-ring leaking
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Make sure this is full of oil 15W40

Nov 23, 2014 | 2002 Ford F250 Super Duty SuperCab

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Hi my name is phil


- Faulty Injection Control Pressure (ICP) sensor
- Injection Control Pressure (ICP) sensor harness is open or shorted
- Injection Control Pressure (ICP) sensor circuit poor electrical connection
- EGR system fault

Aug 19, 2014 | 2003 Ford Focus

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WHAT IS ICP


An integrated circuit piezoelectric sensor or ICP sensor is a device used to measure dynamic pressure, force, strain, or acceleration. It contains a sensing element made of a piezoelectric material, which converts mechanical strain into an electrical signal, and anelectronic circuit to amplify this signal and transmit it to an external device.
ICP is an abbreviation of "integrated circuit piezoelectric", and is a registered trademark (no. 1,603,466 in the USA) of PCB Group, Inc., parent company of PCB Piezotronics.[1] There is a similar non-proprietary standard called IEPE, which stands for "integrated electronics piezoelectric."[2]
In an ICP sensor, the built-in electronics convert the high-impedance charge signal that is generated by the piezoelectric sensing element into a usable low-impedance voltage signal that can be readily transmitted, over ordinary two-wire or coaxial cables, to any voltage readout or recording device. The low-impedance signal can be transmitted through long cables and used in dirty field or factory environments with little degradation. In addition to providing crucial impedance conversion, ICP sensor circuitry can also include other signal conditioning features, such as gain, filtering, and self-test features.
The electronics within ICP accelerometers require excitation power from a constant-current regulated, DC voltage source. This power source is sometimes built into vibration meters, FFT analyzers, and vibration data collectors. A separate signal conditioner is required when none is built into the readout. In addition to providing the required excitation, power supplies may also incorporate additional signal conditioning, such as gain, filtering, buffering, and overload indication



Aug 14, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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What are codes p1249 & p1211


P1211 Injector Control Pressure Sensor Above / Below Desired P1249 Wastegate Control Valve Performance
P1211 We all know that this code is commonly caused by "Hot Chips" that are demanding more Injection Control Pressure (ICP) than the High Pressure Oil Pump can deliver. For what it's worth, these are the exact parameters that trigger this code:
  • ICP 410psi Higher Than Desired for 7 Seconds
  • ICP 280psi Lower Than Desired for 7 Seconds
This code can also be caused by legitimate High Pressure Oil System issues. Below is a list of some of the causes:
  • Failed or Sticking IPR (Injection Pressure Regulator)
  • Failed or Weak HPOP (High Pressure Oil Pump)
  • Any Leak in High Pressure Oil System (o-ring, stuck injector, etc.)
  • Low Fuel Pressure (Rare)

P1249 it is the HPOP, above or below pressure, if you have added a performance chip to your vehicle , you will get this code from time to time, basically its Turbo over boost

Sep 18, 2011 | 2000 Ford F350 Super Duty Super Cab

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WHERE IS THE ICP SENSOR LOCATED ON THE 6.0 2003 F-250 MANUFACTURED 4/03


the icp sensor is located on the passenger side valve cover !

Jun 13, 2010 | Ford F-250 Cars & Trucks

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Loss of power on 1998 ford powerstroke 7.3 . pcm threw a p1211 code went to ford and got new icp. already replaced ipr. the hpop is full of oil. it idles all day and can hold 3000 rpms just fine but...


Generally the computer is reading a problem with the fuel pressure being to high or to low. The ICP is one problem it could be and you changed it. The other could be Fuel pressure regulator control solenoid or problems with the injector (s).

Nov 25, 2009 | 1996 Ford F350 Crew Cab

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P1211, P1249, P1280 fault codes on a 7.3 L turbo diesel


p1211=ICP Not Controllable-regulates oil to Injectors
p1249=Wastegate Fail Steady State Rate
p1280=ICP Circuit Out Of Range
All but p1249 deal with your High Pressure oil system that controls your injectors

Nov 09, 2009 | 2000 Ford F350 Super Duty Super Cab

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Codes 2001 f350 7.3


Code p1280 is a low or high fuel pressure code. To check that,you need to first check the icp sensor connector drivers side cylinder head front. The sensor is located between the valve cover and the block. Try wiggling the connector while the truck is running to see if there is a change in the running of the engine such as stumbling.

Code p1211 means the ICP pressure is above or below specs meaing there is a high pressure oil concern. You need to monitor the ICP with a scan tool and see which it is. If its high then its most likely a faulty IPR valve. If its low then its most likely a internal leak at the pump or stand pipes.

Code p1139 is for a Water in Fuel Indicator Circuit Malfunction. I would check the wiring on this sensor, and if no issues come from wiring, replace this indicator sensor.

Oct 17, 2009 | 2001 Ford F350 Super Duty SuperCab

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WHERE IS THE IPR LOCATED ON THE ENGINE ?


The "IPR" is and Injector Pressure Regulator. It is a Solenoid used to control the oil pressure created by the High Pressure Oil Pump. The IPR is capable of regulating oil pressure from 0 to 5000 psi. On an 05 6.0l the IPR is located in rear, top, center of the engine in the High pressure oil pump. It can be identified by its gold color. It sticks out of the side of the pump pointing toward the driver side of the truck. It has a 2 wire plug that is held on by a metal clip. usually the ipr and plug are protected in a heat shield so you may not be able to see it right away. Some people mistake and IPR for and ICP. The ICP is a sensor that tells the PCM what the High oil pressure is. ICP stands for Injector Control Pressure. This sensor is located in the passenger side valve cover on and 04, 05 6.0l and in the top of the High pressure oil pump on an 03 6.0l.

Nov 06, 2008 | 2006 Ford F-250 Super Duty

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P1211 DTC


Loss of power, usually after a hard acceleration; Rough idle; Check engine light comes on, DTC P1211:
Intermittent high pressure oil leakage.
This condition usually occurs when the vehicle is cold and the oil is thick. When performing a hard acceleration, the truck suddenly looses power, the check engine light comes on, and once returning to idle the engine runs rough and won't accelerate. Cycling the key may correct the concern, clearing the code from the PCM will correct it temporarily. If you can monitor data stream, at idle the ICP pressure normally is 400-700 PSI and the IPR duty cycle is 9-14%; at cruise, ICP is 700-1200 pSI and IPR is 15-20%; under normal acceleration, ICP is 1200-2000 PSI and IPR is 20-30%; and under WOT accel, the ICP is up to 3600 PSI and the IPR is 35% or higher. When the above symptom occurs, typically the idle ICP reading will be normal, but the IPR duty cycle will be high--over 20% and up to the max 50%. A "blow-by" condition has occured somewhere in the HP oil circuit. If you can get the problem to re-occur with some frequency, the most probable cause is worn or deteriorated injector or IPR o-rings. If the problem is intermittent, it could be a sticking IPR valve. Replace the injector o-rings with the latest-level kits--F8TZ-9229-AA. When replacing the IPR, make sure you get the correct part for the build date/serial number of your engine.

Jun 04, 2008 | 2002 Ford F250 Super Duty SuperCab

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