Folks most commonly buy an extra IPR connector and use it for the testing - so you don't have to cut wires on the one in the truck. I can post a part number if anyone needs it.Thanks for the data sheets. The one describing the IPR was exactly what I was looking for.
The switch I was going to connect into the IPR circuit will be wired such that the signal from the PCM will be disconnected before the 12 volts is applied to the IPR.
There is one o-ring that I havent put any test pressure against. Its the one on the top of the discharge tube that goes into the HPOP cover. I will test and inspect it and then go from there.
Then its off to the store to find a socket to make a tool to get the IPR out without having to dismantle everthing.
Pics to follow....
Would you still happen to have the part numbers or description for the hydraulic fittings you used?Well I got the truck back together only to discover what I thought were dead batteries. Charged them really good and it still cranks real slow. Battery volts drops to about 10 volts while cranking. Tried another set of batteries too. I think I got a burned up starter.
I attached two pics of the hydraulic line installation. Not very good pics but you can get the idea.
Very interesting thread, patience and persistence; Looking at doing the remote ICP installation. know this is an older thread, but had a couple questionsI found way back in this thread where I mentioned the ICP fitting is a M12x1.5 I found both male and female adapters for this fitting to convert to a #4JIC flare fitting for 1/4" tubing.