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SOURCE: fuel delivery diagram for a 1996 e350 powerstroke

Your fuel filter housing is equipped with a faulty drain valve. This valve is there to drain the filter housing of sediments that may have collected around the filter. Since these valves are made of plastic with rubber seals, they will deteriorate over time. The line you mentioned is the tube that diverts drained fuel, from the filter housing. Typically when opened (swung away from housing), this valve sends fuel through the tube to the ground beneath. Although not very environmentally friendly, it keeps fuel from pouring all over hot engine surfaces.(obvious benefits there) These are known to go bad for the reasons stated, and can be readily purchased from you local Ford dealer. I hope this helps.

Posted on Nov 14, 2008

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SOURCE: water in fuel light keeps blinking on and off...do

Diesel engines are more prone to this problem, chek the seals on the guel fill neck to make sure there not leaking water in to the tank, other then that try adding an additive such as MDR Desiel warter zorb, its like $18.00 and see if that mitigates the problem. Fuel filter is recomended to be changed I belive every 70,000 miles on the Desiels.

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SOURCE: 1996 F250 powerstroke 7.3L keeps dying

It is sometimes difficult to determine exactly what is wrong with the 7.3L engines. Many times it is hit and miss for the do-it-yourselfer. It sounds like you are getting enough fuel at first and then fuel is being constricted. You might want to try changing the fuel filter. Sometimes debris becomes lodged in the fuel tank switching valve which would require cleaning the valve or replacing it.

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Your fuel filter housing is equipped with a faulty drain valve. This valve is there to drain the filter housing of sediments that may have collected around the filter. Since these valves are made of plastic with rubber seals, they will deteriorate over time. The line you mentioned is the tube that diverts drained fuel, from the filter housing. Typically when opened (swung away from housing), this valve sends fuel through the tube to the ground beneath. Although not very environmentally friendly, it keeps fuel from pouring all over hot engine surfaces.(obvious benefits there) These are known to go bad for the reasons stated, and can be readily purchased from you local Ford dealer. I hope this helps.

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