my 2004 f350 6.0 just stopped running the water in fuel light came on a couple days earlier but it seemed to run fine the day before i was doing about 35 up a small hill and it bogged down and felt like it was going to die but cleared up and yesterday i drove it around most of the day with no issues and then was pulling away from my driveway and it just died and wont restart
Country: United StatesMake: FordModel: F350 SuperDuty Pickup 4x4Year: 2004Engine: 6.0
Hello,welcome to Just answer.Ok it is possible that the injectors or the pump has to much water in the system and it can not start. You need to put a water remover in the fuel system and you can dis connect the battery for 10 mins to see if this will restart the module for you. Here is some test procedures and the TSB about the water in the fuel for you.
Note: If the PCM detects water for greater than 4 minutes, continuous DTC P2269 is set and the PCM sends a message to the instrument cluster to illuminate the WATER IN FUEL indicator.
Note: The fuel sample should fill the 0.95 L (1 quart) clear container half full. Flow out of the fuel drain should be a steady stream. Insufficient flow may indicate a fuel drain restriction or contaminants blocking the fuel drain. Repair as necessary.
Note: Inspect the fuel sample in the clear container. The fuel sample should be clear, not cloudy. Some water and contaminants may be present in the fuel sample if the fuel filter has not been replaced recently. If water in the fuel is present, the water will separate from the fuel and condense in the bottom of the clear container. Contaminants may appear in the form of sludge, dirt or metallic corrosion particles in the fuel sample. If the fuel sample is cloudy, the fuel is aerated or emulsified with water. If the fuel sample is aerated, refer to Section 4, Performance Diagnostic Procedures and carry out the Fuel Aeration Test. If the fuel sample is emulsified, replace the fuel filters.
Note: Checking 2 additional fuel samples for water will determine if the fuel system has water contamination in the fuel tank.
Note: Any contamination or metallic particles on the WIF sensor pins may cause a short between the pins.
Note: To check the correct operation of the Water In Fuel indicator, a period of time greater than 4 minutes is required for the PCM to complete the diagnostic routine.
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