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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-16-2009, 04:09 PM Thread Starter
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the fuel heater is broken on my 96 Powerstroke. Its the one thats in the fuel filter canister. How do you remove the nut that holds it in?
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crowsfoot, dont remember the size, left hand thread...............


most just disconnect it from the side of the housing so it wont pop the fuse and kill the truck, really not a big deal to have it as the fuel runs through the cyl heads and keeeps the fuel warm anyway.
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Thanks richter....I'll leave it disconected. I still want to get down in there because I want to clean it.
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After changing out my glow plugs and remove and replace one injector only to inspect O-rings. The truck is HARD starting. And has a code P0603 "Internal Ctrl Mod KAM Error" I also replaced fuel filter. I think I have got all the air out of the system. After start, the truck runs good.
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Does it have a chip in it? had the battery's unhooked? either will set the 603

You have to drive it a good bit after pulling an injector or putting air in the hp oil system, simply idling will not get it out, and the long crank will result. Usually 20 miles or so will do it.

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Yes...I had the batteries dissconnected and do have a chip. I'll take the chip out and put some miles on it. thanks
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