Hmm, I'll check it out...just changed it about 2500 miles ago. I am thinking it could be linked to why my jeep is having issues starting. It all started when I plugged something into the rear power outlet?
I get the "Water in Fuel" message on the dash every winter...now and then and only in the mornings. I used to immediately purge the filter using the bleeder that is built into it on the top....but then next morning the message would return. Never checked for codes. Starting last winter I bought a can of diesel fuel water remover and add it to the fuel every fill up... one can treats 128 gallons so don't just dump in the whole can. Seemed to cure the problem for me.
I suppose you could have a faulty sensor or damaged wiring.
2007 WK 3.0L CRD, Quadradrive II, GDE EcoTune, DPF-Delete
4xGuard Front, Rear, Belly, & Side Rails, Factory Skids
EHM MOD, Garmin Mechanic EcoHD, K&N Filter (Deleted)
I'll check out the sensor and probably replace the filter as well. After I cleared that code then I got the service 4x4. I cleared that code as well. The jeep is now starting up as normal half the time and the other half it either cuts off as soon as turn the key to the on position or struggles to start? Thanks guys for the input.