written by: Kaycee LaBonte
Tech Tip Tuesday with Kaycee (@mechanic_chick)
We are excited to team up with one of Kaycee Labonte on a new project this Summer, Tech Tip Tuesday! Kaycee is a diesel mechanic, working various types of diesels, but especially six liters!
What is an ICP sensor?
Injection Control Pressure Sensor
What does the ICP censor do?
Basically, it does what it’s called! It tells the Electronic Control Module (better known as the ECM) to tell the Injection Pressure Regulator valve to increase or decrease pressure.
How would you know your ICP sensor has gone bad?
When this sensor goes bad it can cause your truck to not start, instantly sending any six liter driver into a case of the worries. But chances are, you were probably experiencing some “symptoms” before hand, like rough idling, surging, and stalling are a just few signs that your ICP has gone bad.
Have questions for Kaycee? Leave them below, and maybe she’ll cover them next week!