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Old 01-29-2009, 02:25 AM
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Filtration and separation of water from the fuel is important for trouble-free operation and long life of the fuel system. Regular maintenance, including draining moisture from the fuel/water separator filter is essential to keep water out of the fuel pump. To remove the collected water, unscrew the drain at the bottom of the Water-In-Filter (WIF) assembly located at the bottom of the filter separator

SO WHERE IS IT LOCATED ON THE TRUCK AND HOW OFTEN DO I DRAIN IT???
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I'm sure there talking about diesel trucks not gasoline. If you have a diesel it's located under your hood I think on the driver side.
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