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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-31-2010, 10:13 PM Thread Starter
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I am going to do the Electric pump conversion.
My question is what are all the sensors on the OEM filter housing and there location.
I would guess pressure, Water, ???

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Re: sensors on the factory filter housing 7.3

Fuel bowl heater, water in fuel light sensor and I think there's one more.... Maybe Im thinking of the EBPV wire....not sure

I deleted my fuel bowl and didn't re-use the sensors. Re-did the harness and it looks factory now.
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Re: sensors on the factory filter housing 7.3

I am putting a hobs switch on and figured I could wire that up to the low pressure light [if there is one]
I am doing the OP switch for safety...
Also have a Racor filter/ Water seperator with a water sensor on the bottom, Figured if there is a water sensor on the old housing I would use it also.

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Re: sensors on the factory filter housing 7.3

John -- There's the fuel heater, water in fuel lamp, and fuel filter restriction lamp connectors.

The water in fuel sensor is the bottom-most post connector, the fuel heater is the spade-style connector above that, and the fuel filter restriction sensor is the sensor in the fuel pressure regulator block.

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John -- There's the fuel heater, water in fuel lamp, and fuel filter restriction lamp connectors.

The water in fuel sensor is the bottom-most post connector, the fuel heater is the spade-style connector above that, and the fuel filter restriction sensor is the sensor in the fuel pressure regulator block.

Hope that helps!

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That is what I was looking for...

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Re: sensors on the factory filter housing 7.3

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John -- There's the fuel heater, water in fuel lamp, and fuel filter restriction lamp connectors.

The water in fuel sensor is the bottom-most post connector, the fuel heater is the spade-style connector above that, and the fuel filter restriction sensor is the sensor in the fuel pressure regulator block.

Hope that helps!

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Just a clarification for those working on a 94.5 or 95 truck, the fuel restriction sensor is in the back of the fuel bowl at the bottom. They moved it to the FPR after that.

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