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    Dear All

    My friend has a Toyota Prado. On its speedometer there is a warning light that is on. Can anyone of you tell me what is it for?

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    Drain Water From Fuel Filter
    Theirs a Plastic Nut Beneath The Fuel Filter Open It And Pump It Several Times
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    there are water separators in some diesel vehicles.u can find em in Hino trucks etc. U'll b surprised how much water comes to that filter. Its usually coz of impure fuel. Some moisture naturally gets into fuel due to exposure to air but when our transporters add water to top up the diesel they sold enroute then this problem is more prominent. Advise ur friend to change filling station n try to get diesel from pumps where its sold more n the company labs visit regularly for tests.
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