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fuel filter housing harness question

I have a 97 E-350 that i am just about finished with rebuliding and have come upon a question on the harness that goes on the fuel filter housing. There are four connectors that come out of the harness. One goes to the fuel heater which isn't a problem another goes to the hpop pressure regulator. The other two have the same type connector one is red with green stripe which i think goes to the water-in fuel sensor the other is red with white stripe. It i have no ideal as to where it goes as part of the upper was removed when i got the van. the last two i am not sure which goes to what and don't see any thing else for the last wire to go to but don't want to get some wired wrong as it won't be easy to get to after the engine is back in. Does any one know which wire goes to the water in fuel sensor? And where does the fourth wire go? Thanks in advance for any help.
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I have a 97 E-350 that i am just about finished with rebuliding and have come upon a question on the harness that goes on the fuel filter housing. There are four connectors that come out of the harness. One goes to the fuel heater which isn't a problem another goes to the hpop pressure regulator. The other two have the same type connector one is red with green stripe which i think goes to the water-in fuel sensor the other is red with white stripe. It i have no ideal as to where it goes as part of the upper was removed when i got the van. the last two i am not sure which goes to what and don't see any thing else for the last wire to go to but don't want to get some wired wrong as it won't be easy to get to after the engine is back in. Does any one know which wire goes to the water in fuel sensor? And where does the fourth wire go? Thanks in advance for any help.
One gos to nothing at all, just dangles there on my 95 and 01 7.3's. I will get the color tomarow if you still need it by then.

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Yea if you let me know which wire goes to the water in fuel sensor that would be great. Thanks for the info
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fuel filter housing harness question

Just found out that the other plug on the harness would have gone to the dirty fuel filter sensor that someone took off and plugged. Now the only question I have is which wire would go to the water in fuel sensor. I was wrong on the color the other day.There are two wires both red , one has a white stripe and the other has a black stripe. Am pretty sure that the red/white goes to the deleted dirty fuel filter sensormand the red/black goes to the water in fuel sensor but would like to be certain.
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Well, on my f350 the colors don't match yours. I have a red with yellow to the water in fuel and a green with red or orange to nothing. The wife is still at work with the 01 Excursion so I cant look at it for about another 4 hours.

I would try to ground them through a 10 amp fuse one at a time and see witch light on the dash lights up. That should be an easy inside job in a van.

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1977 I bought a new 76 F150 club cab.
Sitting on a 84 F350 6.9 4X4 chassis
With all the drive train and goodies from a 95 4X4 4door PSD.
Nothing stock left on her and not a nut, bolt, hose, or wire on there that I didn't put where it is.

The Wifes Ride:
2002 Excursion Limited 7.3 PSD

Themo King/Mikuni coolant heaters on both to keep things toasty without idling.
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