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Need new glow plug wires for 1989 ford 350

Where can i buy these

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I would bet this is a dealer only item. Why do you think you need new wires? This is unusuall. You could rewire it your self as well if you are handy. If you do this pay attention the the gauge of the wire, and match it with what you take off.

May be cheaper for a shop to wire this for you than buy new from ford. Check on the new wire price first.

Good luck

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