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Ok so i noticed my Water in Fuel light was on today. Not sure when it came on, but i know it at least didn't happen untill i accidently grounded out the battery.
well i drained about a pint of fuel out through the separater, all looked clear, the truck runs fine, no hesitation, no sputtering, no idling issues, but the water in fuel light is still on. do i need to reset it or something?
1995 Dodge Ram 2500 4x4
1997 Dode Ram 3500 4x4. Has to be mostly slow and free because all the money went into the 2500
1996 2500 ECLB, NV4500, 4X4, HTT 62/71/14, SDX 5x14s, #0 plate, 20*, 4K GSK, ARP studs, Snow water/meth, SouthBend, 5" EXH, AFC fiddled with, Icebox, ATS 3pc, PacBrake PRXB, Isspro gauges, As much Thuren as i can afford, more to come
sometimes the wires coming out of the sensor get striped or they get pulled a little bit out of the sensor which allows them to touch and thus turn on your WATER IN FUEL light. you might check to make sure thats not what happened before you buy a new sensor
'97 RAM 2500 Laramie club cab 4x4, new Stock Auto Tranny, straight exhaust with 5" chrome stack, Star Wheel Turned Up, boost trans temp and pyro gauges.
I'd try disconnecting your batteries for a couple minutes, then reconnecting and see if that gets rid of it. My Water in Fuel light came on when my Trans Temp Sensor went out, fixed it and it went away.
1998 12 valve QCLB 4x4
2011 Ford F350 CCLB Lariat
SOLD - 1995 12 Valve CCLB 4x4
If you can't find a loose connector in the filter area someone must have got frustrated trying to disconnect the sensor connector and just cut the wires.
I'd look for two wire stubs and make sure they aren't shorted together.
'95 2500 4wd auto
'95 3500 5 speed heavy hauler
Stock for one day
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