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post #1 of 3 Old 02-04-2010, 06:14 PM Thread Starter
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Sensor on back of fuel filter housing

hey I have a 94 PSD there is a 1 wire sensor on the back of my fuel filter housing that is leaking fuel, Can someone tell me what this is? there are no hoses on it

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maybe the fuel restriction sensor? Maybe? c'mon guys any ideas here? its the same on the 95 truck

1997 F-250 4X4
Crewcab short bed
Ranchhand front and rear replacement
460 cu. in.
Bored .060 over
JE Pistons
Forged Conn. rods
Forged Crank
Thin Headgaskets
Stainless Steel Valves
Heads Ported And Polished
Custom Comp Cams Grind
Previous owner said Dyno was 551.6 on the ground in 2wd'
Gets 8 MPG max
38 gallon rear replacement tank form LMC
AND ..... MORE


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I'm thinking the WIF sensor. There should be another plug with 2 wires, if I'm not mistaken. The 2 wire one would be the fuel heater.

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