Hope this is not too silly of a question. if you delete the fuel bowl you loose the fuel heater, is that good?? I thought it is good to have in the winter??
On a 7.3, which only has one servicable fuel filter, it is right in the fuel filter bowl...Wait, where exactly is the heater???
On the frame rail by the HFCM or by the secondary filter?
The fuel bowl? Less restriction but unless your running HUGE injectors I don't think it would matter if you keep it or not IMHO. Personally, so long as your fuel is the right fuel for your environment I wouldn't worry about it. I had a pair of filters hanging off the frame rail of my dodge and even below zero I never had a fuel gelling issue. If you are really worried WVO supply stores offer 12V filter blankets.Thanks. I was thinking I should keep it also, why do others delete it?
Bummer Pats over the Rams, classic.I gelled one time @ 7PM on super bowl Sunday I think 2002. It was very cold that night and it was only a 30 min ride home from work with the snow falling. I got 10 mins in then it started to spudder so I pulled over and sat for a couple mins. ran good again for 5 mins then the same thing, pulled over again and it cleared up. went 2.5 mins and it died, and would not start. @ 11PM had it towed to ford, the next morning in there shop it started right up and was fine. that was the only time it happened. yes I missed the game!!!!