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post #1 of 6 Old 01-26-2008, 04:40 PM Thread Starter
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Fuel Bowl Heater

What is the difference between the internal and external fuel bowl heater? I have an early 99 that blew the fuse one night and the next day it gelled up on me and it hasnt ever gelled up on me before so I believe that the heater does more than most people think. My question is can I use either one? Which one is better? I have the internal one now. Thanks in advance!!!

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I dont know what the difference is but my heater just broke. I had my truck in the shop and they told me to buy the fuel filter housing for $600.00. I was not going through that B.S. I found out you can get the heating element by itself. I ordered mine from an international dealer and saved about 120.00. I believe that they are needed. I am going to replace mine tomorrow. Hope this helps you! Good luck
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Powerstrokeshop.com has them for about $110!!!

Early 1999 F-250
Mods:
AFE Stage 2 Intake
Autometer Gauges (pyro, tranny, boost)
TS 6 Position Chip With Wildman Tunes

Banks Intercooler Kit
AMJ Performance Aluminum Intakes
Black Widow Bellowed Up-Pipes
GDS Ballbuster Turbo (91MM Compressor Housing)
Blank Turbo Pedistal EBPV Delete

GDS 3.2" Turbo Outlet Housing
4" turbo-back exhaust

HX Crossover Line
Fluidamper
Blue CPS

17* HPOP
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I got mine for $42.00 at the International dealer. It is the fuel bowl heater on the plate with the electrical connector.
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Sweet thanks for the info

Early 1999 F-250
Mods:
AFE Stage 2 Intake
Autometer Gauges (pyro, tranny, boost)
TS 6 Position Chip With Wildman Tunes

Banks Intercooler Kit
AMJ Performance Aluminum Intakes
Black Widow Bellowed Up-Pipes
GDS Ballbuster Turbo (91MM Compressor Housing)
Blank Turbo Pedistal EBPV Delete

GDS 3.2" Turbo Outlet Housing
4" turbo-back exhaust

HX Crossover Line
Fluidamper
Blue CPS

17* HPOP
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No problem! Glad to help
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