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Need know which direction the lever for water fuel separator i changed it but didnt pay attention to way it came off also the two holes pin hole and another hole im trying find pics but no luck please help

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It only goes in one way. The lever lays against the filter housing when closed.

Did you disassemble the entire valve?

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It only goes in one way. The lever lays against the filter housing when closed.

Did you disassemble the entire valve?
Just took off the old fuel water separator valve with brown or yellow lever

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Just took off the old fuel water separator valve with brown or yellow lever

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So it goes side ways to fuel filter housing not pointing straight to turbo

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So it goes side ways to fuel filter housing not pointing straight to turbo
Closed position is pointing toward the driver's side, and open is pointing toward the turbo.

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Closed position is pointing toward the driver's side, and open is pointing toward the turbo.
Do you want it closed or open sorry sound dumb im just learning


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Do you want it closed or open sorry sound dumb im just learning


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Im rebuilding a f250 7.3 4x4 truck was wrecked also trying to source parts im not out of water yet because i got codes from check engine light put a new cps from ford on it but still have codes

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Im rebuilding a f250 7.3 4x4 truck was wrecked also trying to source parts im not out of water yet because i got codes from check engine light put a new cps from ford on it but still have codes

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Posting the codes would help community diagnose.

You did clear the codes?


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Closed position is pointing toward the driver's side, and open is pointing toward the turbo.
Do you want it closed or open sorry sound dumb im just learning


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Open is for draining fuel bowl when replacing fuel filter or maintenance type flushing.

Closed is for the rest of the time.


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You did clear the codes?
No i havent cleared codes yet

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Codes cleared now still check engine light on due to low voltage on alt would that cause light go on again ?

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Codes cleared now still check engine light on due to low voltage on alt would that cause light go on again ?

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How does a low voltage alt turn on check engine light????

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If the alternator is over charging or under charging it should set the battery light off. Letting you know there is a problem.

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If the alternator is over charging or under charging it should set the battery light off. Letting you know there is a problem.
Im getting code po 1106 dual alt low fault

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