On certain vehicles equipped with a 6.0L diesel engine, the Fuel Injection Control Module (FICM) wire harness may chafe against an engine bolt. Also, the Injection Control Pressure (ICP) sensor connector terminals may have an improper crimp height that may result in intermittent or permanent loss of the ICP sensor signal. FICM wire harness chafes or improper ICP sensor connector crimps may cause the vehicle to stall without warning while driving. If the vehicle stalls, it may or may not restart. Correction: For all F-Superduty and Excursion vehicles, dealers will inspect the FICM wire harness for chafing. If bare wires have not been exposed, dealers will install a wire protection kit. If bare wires have been exposed, dealers will install a new wire harness. For all E-Series and, depending on build date, some F-Superduty and Excursion vehicles, dealers will install a new ICP sensor connector with certified crimps.