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I have L300 4D56 T van .all glow plugs burned, so change timer unite but problem is same ,

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SOURCE: glow plug timer

check the temp sensor or low resistance in the glow plugs first

Posted on Jul 11, 2008

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SOURCE: changing glow plugs in a 1997 1.8 ford escort diesel van

Hi Patrick.

I would check that you are getting a live feed to your glow plugs terminals first, on cold starting, with a 12v test light.

Expensive to renew them, and then find it was the fuse or relay !

Best of luck !
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SOURCE: glow plug timer fuse on 1984 Ford F 250

not a fuse ! Its a 60 amp circuit breaker under dash . If your glow plug timer is not working it most likely needs replaced ! it is located on top of the engine behind the air intake . if you don't know where it is , ask for the diagram at your auto parts store . they will also give you the exact location of the breaker and print it out for you .

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I think the timer is under the sloinoid wich is under the airfilter. My timer went out so i just ran some wires from the sloinoid to a toggle switch in my truck and just warm em up like that, i just took the timer out of the equation

Posted on May 04, 2009

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SOURCE: Flashing glow plug light, now no power, Seat Inca Van, 2002 diesel

change fuel filters new fuel bleed your sistem.

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