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Old 12-13-2009, 11:52 AM
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Fuel bowl heater

99 250 SC 4x4 stock. ok now that i have said that, i am almost 100% sure my fuel bowl heater is shorting out. i have searched and found that i have all of the symptons of this. my ? is i see a white plug on the back side of the fuel bowl (2 wires i belive), this is the only plug i have found, is this the plug i need to unplug? if so how dose this plug work? i cant find any tabs to pull, push, or even break? can someone please help! thank you
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Old 12-13-2009, 06:04 PM
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Yes it is. Why do you think it is shorting out? Is the wait to start buttoun not coming on? or doe the #30 fuse keep going out?
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Old 06-17-2010, 06:25 AM
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I am having the same trouble on my 2003 7.3. But on mine the fuel bowl heater is fuse #105 i belive correct me if i am wrong please. I replaced this fuse and unplugged the white 2 wire plug on the back of the fuel bowl turned the key on and heard a buzzing noies for about 2-3seconds then pop the fuse blew again.SO i checked the plug to make sure i unplugged the right one and i do belive i did. After futher looking into the valley of the motor i seen that the tin nut was missing on the ipr sensor. I stopped today at an international dealer and got the nut. I have not got home yet to put it on. But before i do will a loose ipr sensor cause fuse #105 to blow please help i'm lost a this point.
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