How much is a IPR valve 7.3 Powerstroke?

How much is a IPR valve 7.3 Powerstroke?

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This item Powerstroke 7.3L IPR (Injection Pressure Regulator) (Fits 1994 – 2003) Ford Genuine F81Z-9C968-AB Fuel Injection Pressure Regulator
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Why does my ICP sensor have oil in it?

Oil on the ICP plug is a sign of an internal seal failure in the sensor and the sensor needs to be replaced.

What does the ICP sensor do on a 7.3 Diesel?

The injector control pressure (ICP) sensor is on both the 7.3L and 6.0L Powerstroke engines. They use a high pressure oil system as a way to pressurize fuel in the injector body. ICP sensors on the Ford 7.3 diesel engines read the oil pressure in the HPOS.

What should my ICP pressure be?

If oil pressure does not reach or drops below 500 psi an injector will not fire. ICP typically reaches anywhere between 800 and 2,000 psi while cranking.

What should 7.3 HPOP pressure be?

Note: As a general rule 7.3 Power stroke engines require 500 psi ICP (1.0 volts ICPv) minimum to start.

Where is the IPR valve located on a 7.3 Powerstroke?

With a little care and the right tool, an IPR valve can be removed from a 7.3 PowerStoke engine in minutes. The IPR is located on the back of the high pressure oil pump (HPOP), which is located under the fuel filter assembly, down in the ā€œVā€ of the engine.

Why will my 7.3 not start?

Common 7.3L Power Stroke Crank-No-Start Causes (Electrical) Battery: A 7.3L Ford Power Stroke engine might crank over but will not start without sufficient voltage for the ECM. Low battery power also can prevent glow plugs from warming properly (in cold climates) and prevent the engine from turning fast enough to fire.

Where is 7.3 IPR located?