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2003jetta tdi i need to know how step by step to change the glow plugs

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Get a chilton's repair manual for your specific car and it should tell you how to and what else you have to do to get fuel back into everything if you lose it. May I ask why you are needing to change your glow plugs on such a newer vehicle? what's going on?

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Every question you will ever have about your TDi can be answered there.
Nobody knows TDI's better than these guys.

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Here's a link to Glow Plugs 101 - everything you ever needed to know about TDI glow plugs...



http://forums.tdiclub.com/showthread.php?p=749854

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