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Old 02-07-2014, 05:39 AM
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2000 7.3 crank no start blowing injector driver module relay fuse /wastegate solenoid

Started truck yesterday was leaving work and about a mile town the road truck dies. Had a buddy pull me back to work and found that the fuel heater/wastegate solenoid/ injector driver module relay coil fuse inside the truck was blown. Put new fuse in truck started and went home. went out to start truck this morning and would not start looked at the fuse again it's blown. The fuse is number 30 on the inside of the truck. any suggestions?

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Old 02-07-2014, 06:08 AM
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It's probably the Fuel Heater Element has rotted through. Just unplug the heater from the bottom of the filter housing and replace the fuse. You'll be fine running without it, and in the Spring, you can replace it if you want to...
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where is the fuel heater element?
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where is the fuel heater element?
At the bottom of the Filter Housing
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Old 02-07-2014, 07:08 AM
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Thanks where is the best/ cheapest to get a new heater at?
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found dorman part number 904-210 autozone for 39.98
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Thanks noralph I love this site and the help....
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