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Fuel Filter Replacement

Have an early '99 powerstroke. I am replacing the fuel filter now and went to clean the inside of the bowl out. I think I knocked a little metal ring inside the bowl loose? There are several cutouts down in there and several little circle pods that go into these notches and a wire there. How does this go back together?

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post #4 of 4 Old 10-23-2009, 05:12 PM
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ok that is the bowl heater just unplug it not sure if you will have to get a new bowl or not for a permanent fix or not? but for now as long as the temps are now well below freezing and u use an anti gelling additive you should be fine with it unplugged

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