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Check for power at glow plug, connect meter to earth and wire feed to plug, should get a 12v feed, if you get a feed the plug is duff. You can remove the plug and test for an Ohm's resistance, no resistance it's broken! If you have a power supply then it is possible the glow plug relay is not working. Follow the cable from the glow plugs, this is generally a thick 30/60 amp cable, the relay is larger than other relays and not in the fuse box, possibly on the bulkhead or inner wing because of the power it has to transfer. DO NOT DIRECT POWER FEED THE GLOW PLUGS, You can burn them out!
Posted on Dec 28, 2013
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