Question about 2002 Ford F350 Super Duty DRW Reg. Cab
Test by puting a volt meter to the glow plug top and earh and check for voltage
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1987 Ford f-250 6.9 liter
Check for fuses first. The Glowplug timer is the proper name for the part that responds to Temperature when starting your engine. When the engine is cold, of course it is on longer and can cycle making a click and intermittently dimming the lights on your truck. When the engine is warm, your gowplugs may not even fire as the engine is using compression alone to fire up.
Also, Ford did make a Severe Weather model that kept the glowplugs on longer. If you stay in Alaska or a climate with consistent subzero temperatures you may need it.
Posted on Nov 16, 2010
the best way i have found to test glow plugs is to disconnect the wire to the plug and get you 12volt test light and put your negitive lead of the test light on the positive battery cable so when you touch the test light to any ground the light will light. so now go check your glow plugs and if you have one that doesnt light the light its burned out.
Posted on Oct 27, 2008
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