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Old 05-05-2009, 01:56 PM
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water spearter lever???

Hi there my friend has a 06 and his truck is telling him that there is water in the line. i know that the lever on the 94s is inthe center under the plastic cover. Is this the same for the 06's ?? thank you for you help

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On the frame rail is where the fuel pump is located on the passenger side. There is a drain plug on it it takes an allen wrench, you can drain the water there. Hope this helps.
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ok cool thank u.
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You're welcome. You might want to have him change the filters as well. There is one on the frame rail in the same location as well as the one under the hood.
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On the frame rail is where the fuel pump is located on the passenger side. There is a drain plug on it it takes an allen wrench, you can drain the water there. Hope this helps.
It is really on the driver side under the driver door on the inside of the frame rail
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It is really on the driver side under the driver door on the inside of the frame rail
Oh well, when I stand on my head everything is backwards.

Sorry, you are correct, Sir.
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On the frame rail is where the fuel pump is located on the passenger side. There is a drain plug on it it takes an allen wrench, you can drain the water there. Hope this helps.
Only on the British model

Jim
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