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2002 Ford F250 4x4 7.3l

I have a light on my dashboard that i dont know what it is, its like air or water or diesel passing through a radiator or filter, dont know what is it or how to fix it. can somebody help me.
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Color? Describe it some more for us. Have you had it checked for codes?

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Ford 2002 7.3L

its yellow, next to the transmission oil temperature. thanks im new to this. thanks you
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Since you have a 2002, that is when Ford changed the gauge cluster. It is different then mine and I just thought about that. I know there is a yellow light on my dash that is the Service Engine Soon light.

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That is the water in fuel light. drain the water fuel sepperater.

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how can i drain the water?
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Well

I highly do not recomend using the drain valve on the back of the fuel filter housing because it it has never been used sometimes it will continue to leak after you close it but it's there to use. I like to suck it out instead.
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so i take off the filter and suck all the diesel its in there?
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Works for me!

Never had a problem with it. When you pull the filter out you will see the hole in the bottom where the valve is so it does the same thing.
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