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Old 01-01-2008, 07:12 AM
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Hi everybody,Ah,My first post and wouldn't you know,a cry for help.

I have been reading a lot and I gotta say you guys are purdy smart.

Unfortunately I may have done something stupid.Upon my first fuel filter change I felt the little heater wire in the bottom and kinda pulled on it a little thinking it was something that was caught.Upon realizing what it was I left it alone,put the new filter in and it started and ran great. Last night it wouldn't start and I noticed the (wait to start) light never came on.I read alot of info and found Fuse 22 was blown.Can someone tell me what might have caused this? And how to fix it? I don't have a new fuse for it.Tomorrow I will get one.Thank You very much for any help.

- 3Deez
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Old 01-01-2008, 07:16 AM
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Oh Yea, It's a 97 OBS.

I didn't know I my friend's 01 in the pic would cause confusion.
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Not sure, hopefully someone purdy smart will be along shortly to help.
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you have probably knocked the insulating pads off the fuel heater and thus shorting it out,u can buy just hte heater element and replace it.
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You can just unplug the heater plug on the side of the fuel bowl until you get it fixed.
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Thank You All Very Much!!
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