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Old 03-29-2012, 10:13 AM
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Fuel Bowl Delete Question.

I'm servicing the IPR and to get to it I had to remove the fuel bowl. Now that is out, it's not going back in. I'm going to add an electric pump and a new filter housing deleting the fuel bowl. I know many others have done this. What do you do with the wires to the heater,fuel pressure sensor and water sensor? I know the IPR still needs to be plugged in.
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Old 03-29-2012, 10:14 AM
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I'm servicing the IPR and to get to it I had to remove the fuel bowl. Now that is out, it's not going back in. I'm going to add an electric pump and a new filter housing deleting the fuel bowl. I know many others have done this. What do you do with the wires to the heater,fuel pressure sensor and water sensor? I know the IPR still needs to be plugged in.
This is in a 97 E450 Shuttle bus 7.3
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Old 03-29-2012, 11:57 AM
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when i did mine i just cut them, put a litle rtv in a wire nut and nutted each one of them.
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I pulled my harness out pulled out all the plugs I didnt need and re wrapped the harness
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Ok. thanks guys. So if they are not connected then they won't throw any codes or cause the problems. Just leave them unconnected and wrapped so they don't touch anything.
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Correct they won't throw any codes
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