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|Cars||Estimate||Parts Cost||Labor Cost||Savings||Average Dealer Price|
|2005 Ford Escape||$225||$154.78||$70.00||14%||$262.28|
|2010 Ford E-150||$302||$154.78||$147.00||20%||$380.53|
|2005 Ford Freestar||$365||$154.78||$210.00||23%||$477.28|
|2009 Audi TT Quattro||$274||$63.58||$210.00||29%||$386.08|
|2009 Mercedes-Benz GL320||$782||$649.18||$133.00||8%||$853.43|
|2005 Jaguar X-Type||$280||$153.58||$126.00||19%||$347.08|
In a fuel injection system, it’s important that the computer has information concerning the amount of fuel pressure in the rail at all times. This information is necessary for the computer to determine the actual injector timing, the width of each pulse, and the pressure required during operation.
In some diesel engines (notably many Ford engines), this job is done by the injector control pressure sensor, or ICP. The sensor works on the basis of capacitance, and feeds an analog voltage signal to the vehicle’s computer that tells it how much pressure is in the rail.
Like all other sensors, the injector control pressure sensor is subject to wear and tear and eventual failure through normal use. If it fails, the computer will be unable to determine the pressure in the rail, which will adversely affect the operation of the engine.
Without an operational ICP, your vehicle’s computer will be unable to operate the fuel injection system correctly. This can result in a number of problems, ranging from lean or rich operation to the Check Engine light turning on. Have a faulty sensor inspected immediately.
It is absolutely essential for your vehicle’s computer to be able to determine the pressure in the rail at all times. If the ICP fails or is failing, expect erroneous engine operation, rough idling, and the Check Engine light to turn on. Have this issue diagnosed immediately. Remember – fuel system work is never something that should be undertaken on your own. Always leave it to our expert mechanics with the proper work area, experience and safety equipment.