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Old 03-01-2011, 09:34 AM
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fixed fuel bowl, now drain on batteries??

Hey guys, had my fuel bowl heater short out and blow fuse #22 , disconnecte that and replaced fuse, started right up. Next morning went out and tried to start, sounded like it was but never did. Checked voltage at 12. 5volts. Charged batteries, same thing if it sits over night. Bought new batteries, same thing.

Any ideas? I taped up the connector for the fuel bowl heater after I un plugged.
97 f350 3" exhaust and hypertech programmer at stage 1

Thanks a bunch! Love this site!

Josh
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