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Oil in fuel after draining???

Truck is a 2012 F250

Ok so this is the first time I drained the water separator on this truck... and this is what came out... it looks like oil to me... anyone else agree?



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Also is this normal for the first time draining?


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Drive it a week and check again.

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no.. that is not oil... I would say its water mixed with something such as scale/rust out of a fuel delivery tank. Do NOT take that to your dealership.... but I would check it regularly and maybe consider a different place to purchase fuel.
That is a liquid heavier than diesel fuel.... usually its water..
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ahhh ok thanks guys guess I will quit getting that Kroger gas since it regens 2 times a tank with it... luckly only gotten it 2 times...


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