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No voltage too Glow Plugs.

Tested glow plugs ok.
Checked most fuses seem ok
Where is or does it have relay?
Main dealer not help full at all.

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These are spark plugs you are talking about right? Glow plugs are in diesels. If it is no voltage to spark plugs, do a test on your plug wires.

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