Ford 7.3L Not Starting? How to install a fuel bowl heater element.

Having problems getting your Ford 7.3L Powerstroke started this morning? Well it could be a fuel bowl heater element that is fried. This can be a common problem and Thoroughbred Diesel shows you how to replace and fix the problem with an Alliant Power OEM stock part.

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