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fuel bowl heater plug

ok i need to un plug this but cant happen to find it.. i un pluged something on the pass side and it didnt start...pluged it back in and it started pretty rough but ran decent.. where is this pulg?

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Re: fuel bowl heater plug

The fuel bowl heater plug is a single wire square plug on the driver's side of the bowl, about halfway down. Make sure to tape it up so it does't short out.

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Re: fuel bowl heater plug

color or what it looks like?

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Re: fuel bowl heater plug

You can also remove the heater from inside the canister and leave the harness plugged in on the outside.

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Re: fuel bowl heater plug

In this pic you can see tree connectors, the middle one is the fuel heater.

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Re: fuel bowl heater plug

thanks what is the top one?

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thanks what is the top one?
Fuel restrictor sensor and the bottom one is the water in fuel.

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Re: fuel bowl heater plug

would the top one have anything to do with the #22 maxi fuse.. cause it was bare wire on metal. I taped it up and it seemed to run fine.. i couldnt get that 2nd wire down off. but it was 50 degrees here so dont know if the bowl kicked on or not

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would the top one have anything to do with the #22 maxi fuse.. cause it was bare wire on metal. I taped it up and it seemed to run fine.. i couldnt get that 2nd wire down off. but it was 50 degrees here so dont know if the bowl kicked on or not
No the top on isnt related to the "22 maxi fuse, is the middle one. I is a spade connector with a boot, you can use a flat screw driver to unhook it.

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Re: fuel bowl heater plug

does it pull straight out toward like the fender or slide back cause we were tryin it and it wasnt movin even with a screwdriver..than it would move a little but the plastic base or the bowl was moving too

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