Question about Cars & Trucks
Remove glow plugs,then connect each one to 12volt supply.Make sure negitive goes to glow-plug body and the positive to live terminal,now you have a circuit feel the end of the plug it should be hot.CAUTION!!! very hot if it`s not it`s broke..Good-luck...
Posted on Jan 06, 2013
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