TDG Mafia # 81
Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Fort Wayne, IN
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Drain the water out of the filter. Its on the passenger side of the truck, on the bottom of the sensor you will find a draincock attatched to your WIF sensor. Be careful to not pull your sensor wires out by accident. Just put a old baby food jar under the drain and you will be good to go.
Might be a good idea to replace the fuel filter and transmission spin on just for insurance purposes. Thats what I did after I bought mine, boy did it make a heck of a differance in the shifting of the truck! But always be careful of the sensor wires of that WIF sensor.
2001 GMC 2500HD EC/LB, 4X4. A few go fast goodies. 540hp/1107tq Danville Dyno 11/09, Kennedy 40% injectors.
05 IH 9400i with Cummins ISX pulling a lumber bunk trailer, stuck in a swamp somewhere in Indiana.
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