Resetting water in fuel light

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Re: Resetting water in fuel light

Postby sa_lux on Wed, 03 Dec 2014 1:01 +0000

G'Day Dan

dan9245 wrote:a ryco filter, and new rubber seals


I just rang supercheap & asked about these ryco filters, which they have for '12 rolux, best $26 I ever spent as I have had the light come on after buying fuel in Port Pirie, I notice someone else had problems after buying up north from there :(

But, supercheap dont know about the rubber seals, is this part of the fuel filter kit ?
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Re: Resetting water in fuel light

Postby dan9245 on Wed, 03 Dec 2014 5:43 +0000

Yeah mate, the rubber seal comes with the kit, its a rubber O ring seal.
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Re: Resetting water in fuel light

Postby sa_lux on Thu, 04 Dec 2014 1:21 +0000

G'Day Dan

So I have the filter, gee its a lot smaller than I thought it would be :o

I have a crazy question now, can I just use vaso around the RR to seal it or should I be using something expensive from Toy. ?
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- 54" Led Light Bar to Roof Rack mounting kit
- Roof Top Tent
- Tub carrier -> http://ozutz.com.au
- e Lockers
- 12v / 240v Fridge -> http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/221680219455

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Re: Resetting water in fuel light

Postby dan9245 on Thu, 04 Dec 2014 4:28 +0000

when you do it back up, the screw on ring to seal the filter case, the O ring supplied should be squashed and then seal the whole unit, youll know its sealed because when you push the purge button on top of it no fuel will leak out the seals, which is a good thing ;)

I didnt use a sealant, didnt need to, but its your choice mate.
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Re: Resetting water in fuel light

Postby sa_lux on Fri, 05 Dec 2014 1:19 +0000

G'Day Dan

Thxs for the head up, when I pulled out old filter I could not see or feel any 'lubricant' !!!

I was thinking it must be Toy. magic 'dust' :?:
Looking to buy

- 54" Led Light Bar to Roof Rack mounting kit
- Roof Top Tent
- Tub carrier -> http://ozutz.com.au
- e Lockers
- 12v / 240v Fridge -> http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/221680219455

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Re: Resetting water in fuel light

Postby dossy92 on Sun, 11 Jan 2015 8:31 +0000

This thread saved my 4x4 day
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Re: Resetting water in fuel light

Postby dossy92 on Sun, 11 Jan 2015 3:59 +0000

This saved my day out 4x4 today haha
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Re: Resetting water in fuel light

Postby 2006GoldLux on Sun, 17 Jul 2016 12:23 +0000

Thanks for the post
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Re: Resetting water in fuel light

Postby Howlett70 on Tue, 14 Mar 2017 1:20 +0000

1. Turn ignition off.
2. Unplug sensor cable. (Usually on the side of the filter housing)
3. Start engine.
4. Reconnect sensor cable (do this within 20 seconds)
5. Light should be off.

If it comes back on check all fuel lines to make sure there are no blockages as this will cause the light to stay on solid as well... Had that happen to mine. Make sure you replace all filters on the fuel line.
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