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Old 07-21-2006, 07:24 PM
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Water in Fuel light

I have a 97 F-250 7.3 and from time to time my WIF light comes on. Anyone else get this? I know my fuel is dry but about every other day it comes on for about 3 mins. Could there be a little water or the consitisy of the bio doing it?
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I have a 97 F-250 7.3 and from time to time my WIF light comes on. Anyone else get this? I know my fuel is dry but about every other day it comes on for about 3 mins. Could there be a little water or the consitisy of the bio doing it?
The resistance of Biodiesel is lower than D2, and will set of some sensors.
We noticed the same thing, so I took out the WIF sensor and stuck it in B-100 and it triggered the WIF light.

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