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Glow plug timer fuse on 1984 Ford F 250

Where is the fuse for the glow plug timer ?

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  • freeonthree Apr 20, 2009

    Brand new timer at rear of block. Where under the dash is that circuit breaker located ? Dennis

  • freeonthree Apr 20, 2009

    The was only a round flasher and several blade type fuses, no breakers that I saw on there. Dennis

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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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  • clint collins Apr 20, 2009

    on the driver side in the upper right corner of the fuse panel there should be three silver breakers . two 30 amp and one 60 amp . the sixty amp is for your glow plugs . my old 6.9L had the same problem and the timer would light up for a couple seconds , but go right back out ! All of the glow plugs were burnt out , after replacing them the timer worked properly and started like it should . your breaker is possibly bad , but i would inspect the plugs first . They should be fairly clean and kind of white . If they are black and oily they are definately bad ! But your breaker is located in the under-dash fuse panel on the driver side . Hope this helps !

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