Join Date: Jan 2002
Location: Houston, Republic of Texas
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Re: Water in fuel sensor...fault?
What is happening, is that the water sensor
has become gummed up. On the 6.0 the fuel
pump, water seperator, fuel filter, and fuel
heater are all built into one unit. I have
two friends that had this problem. Add some
type of fuel conditioner in every tank fuel.
This will keep things clean.
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