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Old 05-07-2016, 10:26 AM   #111
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Yup. I think I'm only out about $60.00 and mine works OK. If I can get the ping time down some, I'll be happy!
110ms is a crap connection.. you definitely need to get that down for your gauges to act like real gauges (smooth and precise).

I've always been around 19-22ms so I don't know what to do to help improve it. I know you emailed Forscan but not sure if you ever checked out their website.

FORScan forum € Index page

And here for the performance adapters section.

http://forscan.org/forum/viewforum.p...b5a511712b4c54
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Old 05-07-2016, 09:28 PM   #112
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Do yourself a favor, go to Ford and buy their nozzle for the DEF containers. They fit on the 2.5 gallon jugs that you buy at Walmart. It prevents you from overflow or spillage and runs about $7.

Well worth it!!





You see the black o-ring... that snaps into the DEF neck and locks in so it won't spill. You tip the bottle up, it pours in and once it reaches the full mark, when you tip the bottle back down, all extra goes right back into container. No spillage or worrying about it shooting back at you.

Will do, yes well worth not having that crud all over the place and me specifically.


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Old 05-08-2016, 01:25 AM   #113
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Silly Diesel Question in regards to the Fuel/Water superstar on a 2016 F350 PS 6.7?

How often do you check it?

What do you do when you check it?

When there is water in the fuel? How do you get rid of it?


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Old 05-08-2016, 08:43 AM   #114
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Because of previous high pressure fuel pump issues (CP3? or CP4) on earlier 6.7's and Fords reluctance to warranty those pumps if a bit of rust is found on injectors and other parts, I drain my fuel filter/water separater every 5k miles.

My ultimate goal is to install a Dieselsite or FASS inline filter system to capture all of the water.

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I wish there was a easy way to get to my Dmax fuel filter. My 12 Silverado 3500 has to be put on a lift, unless you take a lot of stuff off first


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Old 05-08-2016, 12:51 PM   #116
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I wish there was a easy way to get to my Dmax fuel filter. My 12 Silverado 3500 has to be put on a lift, unless you take a lot of stuff off first


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I looked at a GMC 3500 but don't like where the DEf tank is located under the passenger seat hangs very low and wondered if anyone has ever taken one out since they hang low.


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Well my check engine light came on and it said something was wrong with the sensor in the DEF tank, had to replace the tank. I had just put cheap Walmart DEF fluid in


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BELOW IS MY RESPONSE TO WICKED1'S POST #113 FROM ABOVE.

Silly Diesel Question in regards to the Fuel/Water superstar on a 2016 F350 PS 6.7?

Read up in your owner's manual.


How often do you check it?

Drain every time the oil is changed to check for any contamination.


What do you do when you check it?

Drain into a clean pan. Water and fuel oil does not mix so it will show up in the pan.


When there is water in the fuel? How do you get rid of it?

If it's just a little in a pan it's not a big deal. If your light is on and you have a large quantity of water then the tank should be drained to assure all the water is removed.

ONLY USE MOTORCRAFT FILTERS.

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Old 05-08-2016, 09:24 PM   #120
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Water separator is supposed to be drained once a month per Ford for the 6.7.

I have the Dieselsite filter instalied.

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