Ford 6.0L 2003-2004 ForDiesels ICP Sensor | FDS-3102

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  • FDS-3102_CON
  • FDS-3102_LEF
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MSRP: $110.00
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Ford / International ICP Sensor - FDS-3102

  • New Sensor by ForDiesels
  • Direct Fit, Ready to Install
Technical Info:
  • 3 Pin Connector
Ford 6.0L Engine Applications (1 per vehicle):
  • Excursion 2003-2004
  • F-250 Super Duty 2003-2004
  • F-350 Super Duty 2003-2004
  • F-450 Super Duty 2003-2004
  • F-550 Super Duty 2003-2004
  • F-650 2004
  • F-750 2004
International 6.0L Navistar VT365 Engine Applications (1 per vehicle):
  • 1652SC Series 2004
  • 3200 Series 2002-2004
  • 4200 Series 2004
  • 4200LP Series 2004
  • 4300 Series 2003
  • 4400 Series 2003
OE Cross-References:
  • Ford - 3C3Z-9F838-AA
  • Ford - 3C3Z-9F838-DA
  • Ford - 3C3Z-9F838-EA
  • International - 1845274C92
Common Engine Codes:

P2285 - Injector Control Pressure Sensor Circuit Low

Possible causes

  • Faulty Injector Control Pressure (ICP) sensor
  • Injector Control Pressure (ICP) sensor harness is open or shorted
  • Injector Control Pressure (ICP) sensor circuit poor electrical connection

The Powertrain Control Module (PCM) monitors the Injector Control Pressure (ICP) sensor. The code sets when the signal from the sensor is out of factory specifications, and the PCM will go to open loop control of injection control pressure (operate from an estimated injection control pressure).

The ICP sensor is a variable capacitance sensor that, when supplied with a 5-volts reference signal from the PCM, produces a linear analog voltage signal that indicates pressure.

The ICP sensor's primary function is to provide a feedback signal to indicate rail pressure so that the PCM can command the correct injector timing and pulse width and the correct injection control pressure for the proper fuel delivery at all speed and load conditions.

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Warranty Information

Limited 12 Month Unlimited Mileage Warranty
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Safety Information

Prop65 Warning:
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -
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