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Where is fusible link for glow plug timer - 1992 Ford F250

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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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There can be a Master power fusible link. It should be near the battery. You can go register your truck at Autozone.com and get free wiring diagrams.

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HI. This is an indication of a failing glow plug. It will be necessary to test each plug to isolate the issue, or run a diagnostic scan on the CPU. During the scan, you should be issued a code that will isolate the actual glow plug that is malfunctioning. If you insist on testing each plug, use my procedure below to assist. You can find the resistance specs in your operators manual.


A test light can be used to determine if the glow plugs are working.


1. With the test-light grounded, insert the test light probe into a glow-plug wire to check for continuity.

2. If the light comes on, check the other cylinders in the same manner. If the test light failed to light, check for continuity at the glow-plug relay.

3. If no power is present, check the control circuit of the glow plug relay.

4. If the control circuit is working, the relay may be defective (FYI, manufacturers may have the system fused and fusible links may be located throughout the system).

5. If the glow-plug circuit is working, the glow plugs themselves may be defective.

Checking glow-plug resistance:(Remove the plug for this test)

1. With an ohmmeter, connect one lead to the terminal and the other lead to the body.

2. Read the resistance and compare to specifications.

3. A visual inspection may also be necessary to check for excessive carbon buildup and physical damage to the tip.

4. A glow plug that has excessive carbon deposits on its tip can give the correct ohmmeter reading but still not work. Clean the tip with carbon cleaner.(DO NOT USE A BRUSH TIP CLEANER)

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HI. Usually, when this light illuminates, it will signal that one, or more of the glow plugs are malfunctioning. I recommend to test all glow plugs, so that you may isolate the defective plug.

A test light can be used to determine if the glow plugs are working.


1. With the test-light grounded, insert the test light probe into a glow-plug wire to check for continuity.

2. If the light comes on, check the other cylinders in the same manner. If the test light failed to light, check for continuity at the glow-plug relay.

3. If no power is present, check the control circuit of the glow plug relay.

4. If the control circuit is working, the relay may be defective (FYI, manufacturers may have the system fused and fusible links may be located throughout the system).

5. If the glow-plug circuit is working, the glow plugs themselves may be defective.

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2. Read the resistance and compare to specifications.

3. A visual inspection may also be necessary to check for excessive carbon buildup and physical damage to the tip.

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