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Once you add fuel additive, it will let the water mix in your fuel and make it combustible, once you run it fully, drain your fuel pump on the chassis and put a new filter in it, it will not have any water in it then
Now since you said it was a new truck, check the ficm, make sure it doesn't drop below 46v during the injector buzz test, cranking and running. If it does, replace it and that might solve your problem.
I am illiterate to working on my own trucks, but I am trying to learn. Mainly because all of my friends with 6.0's say it is almost manditory to learn to work on them yourslf if you own one. Is there a thread I could read that explains how to test your FICM. I have read about them dropping below 48v and it will act as if the injectors are going bad. If it needs to be replaced would you all recomend replacing it with a OEM one from Ford or would you upgrade it with one from bulletproof?
2004 F350 SRW 4x4 CC/SB Lariat black
8" black chrome stack, airaid intake, arp studs, blue spring, and 6.4 banjo bolts, ford gaskets, egr delete, leveling kit, cooper STTs, Warren 175/75, HPOP, TSD tunes, and Coolant filter
Future: regulated return, sump, fass 150