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www.marship.eu/water-in-fuel

Bio-diesel which makes up 12% of the most commonly used EN590 fuel absorbs 30 times more water than standard fuel. Is Water in New Fuel? Fuel stored in tanks is as susceptible to water contamination as water in your own tanks, just on a larger scale.

dnr.wi.gov/topic/DrinkingWater/documents/symptoms/SmellsFuelOil.pdf

Fuel Oil or Diesel Fuel See VOCs in Drinking Water brochure. Yes, if components of fuel oil or diesel oil exceed drinking water standards. See Dept. of Health Fact Sheet for Fuel Oil. Is there a fuel oil tank or was there a spill nearby? Did the problem start suddenly? Send a sample to a laboratory certified by DNR to perform gasoline and VOC ...

www.yourmechanic.com/article/p2269-obd-ii-trouble-code-water-in-fuel-condition...

P2269 is a diagnostic trouble code (DTC) for "Water in Fuel Condition". This can happen for multiple reasons and a mechanic needs to diagnose the specific cause for this code to be triggered in your situation.

www.duramaxdiesels.com/forum/threads/symptoms-of-water-in-fuel.36368

2 pints of Sea Foam, 1 pint of Diesel Kleen (Grey bottle) and a quart of 2 Stroke (walmart brand), probably drained 3 or 4 gallons fuel out of Fass water seperator. Down to 1/4 tank of fuel now and seems to have cleared up, balance rates never did get bad.

crushtheroad.com/water-gas-in-tank

What Are Symptoms Of Water In The Gas Tank?. If the water is mixed with fuel in the gas tank, then it may lead to various problems. Water can get into the gas tank of the vehicle in a lot of ways, here are some of the ways to check if water has entered the gas tank of your vehicle.

dieselresource.com/diesel-resources/6-4l-powerstroke-problems

The fuel-water separator can clog if you don’t drain it frequently enough. Because of the high pressure fuel system used in these trucks, they are extremely susceptible to fuel system failures. If your fuel-water separator clogs, eventually it’ll get to a point where water is allowed to reach your fuel system.

www.dovemed.com/healthy-living/first-aid/first-aid-diesel-oil-poisoning

Diesel is colorless liquid with a distinctive odor that is used as a commercial and vehicular fuel including as a fuel for heavy equipment, railroad, and aircraft; Diesel Oil Poisoning is the accidental or intentional intake of the compound. The intake may be through swallowing diesel oil or inhaling its fumes

forums.iboats.com/threads/symptoms-of-bad-water-seperator.401599

Re: Symptoms of bad water seperator? The contaminated fuel has been ran through. I am just curious if the water seperator is just full of water causing the engine issues. Not really sure here just guessing. Was gonna add the sea foam to help clean any crap out that may have accumulated. My hopes are that the combo will help solve my problems.

www.peachparts.com/.../340045-what-possible-symptoms-bad-diesel-fuel.html

What Are Possible Symptoms of Bad Diesel Fuel? As my black smoke/no power symptoms 1995 E300D Weak Acceleration, Black Smoke above 2500 rpm came at roughly the time I filled up the tank for the first time, it made me curious what symptoms people have seen as the result of BAD FUEL (other than the obvious symptoms of contaminants clogging filters).

www.yachtworld.com/research/diesel-gets-bends-fix-air-locks

Run a ring of diesel fuel around the gasket with your finger before reinstalling the filter and you should be good to go. But what happens if you run the tank dry, or if you have a small leak in the fuel line or at any of the connection fittings? In these situations, air can enter the system and cause air lock.