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Water in fuel light

I've had this coming in and out. Mostly comes in and stays in. How do I drain the water out of the fuel line or tank?
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It means there's water at the bottom of your fuel bowl. On the front passenger side of your fuel bowl is a drain (yellow tab). Turn the tab 90 degrees to the passenger and some fuel will drain down under your truck. If you want to catch the fuel add a piece of tubeing to the line. It's up under the passenger head above the axle.

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