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post #1 of 21 Old 10-09-2008, 05:54 PM Thread Starter
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Fuse 22 Blowing

It is late and I have had a long day. I believe I have a fuel heater problem. (Blowing fuse 22) I've read through many threads and I am going to find this fuel heater wire and disconnect it in the morning.( Hopefully problem solved.) So, my real question is: Is the heater a dealer item? I was unable to find it on napas web site. And about how much is it ($$$)?
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post #2 of 21 Old 10-09-2008, 05:57 PM
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it is a dealer item, just unplug it and leave it unplugged wont hurt anything not to work

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Thanks! I grabed a beer and a flash light and was going to take of it now, but it is raining. So I have something to start my day off with tomarrow.

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cat removed, afe air intake
Mag-Tec trans & diff. covers
All Amsoil fluids/ dual filter with bypass
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Dana 60/ 3" sky Shackle reversal/ Bilstine shocks
skyjacker springs, Air bags
203 thermostate, 1500 watt block heater
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yeah, its actually pouring where we are. where abouts in bonneylake you live anyway?

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I'm behind the new lowes in The BrookWater development.

Ok, I'm am looking at the fuel bowl on the drivers side. Down where I can only squezze two fingers. There are two wires. I am assuming that I should be removing the top one. So I attemped to remove it. I tried to use needle nose pliers and a screw driver. Before I commit to creating any damage am I doinng this right?

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theres a thread here somehwhere on how to update the heater element to a newer version. Unless it gets really cold, I'd just leave it unplugged.

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Yes, I understand. I am just making sure I am unpluging the correct wire and that it just unplugs ( doesn't have a funcky twist Or something). If this is not the reason for my fuse blowing I don't want to break a good part.

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Dana 60/ 3" sky Shackle reversal/ Bilstine shocks
skyjacker springs, Air bags
203 thermostate, 1500 watt block heater
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post #8 of 21 Old 10-10-2008, 08:03 AM
Thats Mr. Oil Leak.....

 
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yes it just unplugs.. IIRC it is a white plug connector. it is on the back side of the fuel bowl.

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wrong moel john, his is a 96 , its a single wire connector on the side on obs body, i think it is the top one and it just unplugs , but sometimes is a bear to get unhooked

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ah.. didn't look at the forum...

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