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does anyone know how to clear the change fuel filter warning on the dash? thanks :drink
 

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Turn the key to on, not run and pump the fuel pedal 3 times within 5 seconds of turning the key.
 

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i thought that was the oil one
 

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yeah that does the oil not the fuel filter i've tried everything but i can't clear the fuel filter
 

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That actually should clear all codes.
 

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i've done it and i still got the fuel filter thing and it's driving me nuts
 

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Double check the wires on the WIF. make sure one didnt break and grounding.
 

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alright i'll check that in the morning then
 

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Stupid question-You did change filter, right?
 

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do u have steering wheel controls
 

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ive never had a filter light? :confused:
 

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i do mine all by the steering whels controls
 

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sorry cant help u maybe some one else can
 

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no problem man
 

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Heres what I do. I have steering wheel controls, I think you said you don't, but anyway. Select the fuel filter life on the DIC with the fuel button. When you get there, hold down the arrow button on bottom right until the percentage dissappears and it will read, Fuel Filter Life Reset. Hope that helps anyone. You could try unplugging your water sensor if you did not when changing the filter. And BTW, I thought it was kind of a PITA spot to get to. Why could it not have been under the truck, like the oil and Allison are? The upside is I took the intake duct off and inspected the MAF and internals. Also the second time I changed it, I broke the water sensor and it cost 75 dollars at the "stealership". Sorry I talk too much. I'm bored. HAHA
 

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I believe the brake pedal comes into play to reset it. I have to look it up in the owner's manual everytime I do it. If I think about it tomorrow I will look it up.
 
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