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post #1 of 3 Old 09-06-2009, 11:36 PM Thread Starter
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water in system

got a 2004 king ranch f 250 got bad fuel lots of water how do i get it out of the system whith out killing the batt to runn the pummp over and over agine draining the filters constanlty got like a gallion out that way but it is still reall white and no signs of clearing up is there a way to drain off the tank without hurting anything and buying the stupid fuel line tool
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Drop the tank and turn it upside down.

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FPPF, little white bottle of wonder worker magic. It removes/binds with it's own volume of water, it's the shizz. Buy 3-4 of them and dump them in. Won't hurt it.
Google FPPF. I use it regularly. The return line dumps warm/hot fuel into a cold tank and build moisture every minute the truck runs with less than a full tank...I imagine all trucks do this..Also, drain and pull the filter and fill the bowl to the top with Diesel 911 before you start it again.

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