Re: Water in fuel warning light
there is also really no need to change the filter - it's only a precaution. During cold weather it gets worse as diesel fuel holds on to any condensation or water vapour - petrol is mainly too light.
The reason the tank would be drained is if bad contamination is suspected, and is a good precaution on a common rail - older mechanical pump engines will tolerate water contamination common rail's wont - much the same result as petrol contamination, screech grind crunch entails. Is there a tap on the JTD filters? or not as seems more common now to prevent you from sorting it easily yourself.
We have no plan, therefore nothing can go wrong (much)
And i Have finally put piccies of the silver one on!!