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How do you fit glow plugs in a Peugeot 306 - 1989 Peugeot 405

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i havne a 1996 peugeot 306xldt. Recently it has developed a problem and is running very lumpy. Ive replaced the air filter, glow plugs and tried injector cleaner which have made things a bit better but not cured it. It is also difficult to start and is blowing grey smoke out esp when cold

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First check the voltages, you should have 12 volts on the fat wire that comes from the battery or alternator, if you are not sure check both fat wires, one should be live all the time, if one is live then touch a wire across both fat wires, it should spark, if no spark then either there is a break in the fat wire to the plugs or the plugs have burned out. check this and then get back to me here.

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Have you been through deep water? the coil packs are prone to water damage.

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