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I agree with T4M, use the isopryl alchohol, just poor it in and drive, it will not harm anything. I used the IA when i got bad gas in my 90 Chevy, like you i drove about 3 miles then it started acting up, enough time for the water to separate and drop to the bottom of the tank where the pickup is located. I had a loss of power, buckin and jerking. To change the fuel filter (sock) you will have to drop the tank, it attaches to the bottom of the fuel pump, the titan does NOT have a external fuel filter.Titan4mde said:What I would do is go to the local Walmart and buy some Isopryl Alcohol. Get the stuff that is at least 70% isopryl-anything less is not worth it. The alcohol will mix with the water and turn it into a burnable substance. Two quarts should be plenty for 20 gals or so...add/deduct accordingly. Take loose the line as it goes into the filter housing, and turn the key on and let it pump out some into a container to dispose of. You could also take loose the fuel high pressure line up at the engine, turn the key on to empty that part of the line since it is all the way to the injectors, this will probably be necessary. I would suggest a new filter also.
Ooooooooooh, forgot about that! If it shut off on him, he may have to unhook the fuel line and turn the key to pump out the bad before he can get it restarted. I've used this trick more than once. It's cheap and it works with no bad side effects to equipment.titanss said:To change the fuel filter (sock) you will have to drop the tank, it attaches to the bottom of the fuel pump, the titan does NOT have a external fuel filter.