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Water in fuel light off and on

I get the water in fuel light on every once in a while. Sometimes it comes in solid and sometimes it just flashes on and off. I drain the bowl and have never gotten any water. Should I get a new sensor or is there something out there that I can delete it with? Where do you recommend getting it from?

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Inspect the wiring around the fuel bowl. Leaking diesel fuel can turn the wiring insulation to goo. You can get away with not having the fuel restriction sensor, but I would want to keep the Water-In-Fuel circuit fuctional. Look for the WIF switch (which is cube-shaped on the drive's side engine harness). Cheers!

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