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Tried to start 2004 f250 with out glowplugs now it wont start. checked fuse still wont start

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Glow plug light and glow plug are not on same system
check at gow plug conection (top of valve cover both side
follow from relay front valve vover right side silver box)
power 12 volts on all 4 wires in both conector left and right
if not replace relay if 12 volts relay ok (test light clip on ground)
then check glow plug (test light clip on positive ) touch wires going
to glow plug should light up if ok (quick test ) if any fail replaced
if all seems ok look at the oil injection system most common
problem with these motors I have yet to replaced a glow plug or relay

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There are not many parts in this system. You have Glowplugs, a timer, and a power relay.

Check the glowplugs. To check you take battery cables and place the fixed connection on the case of the glowplug, avoiding the threads. Then touch the top of the glowplug with the other cable. You can MELT them if you hold the top cable too long.

If you take at least 1 bank of glowplugs out at a time, you can compare them. They should glow equally bright. A dull glowplug is bad. If you do it one cylinder at a time, you will not be able to compare them.

If all check out okay, then it only leaves the timer or the power relay. The timer is a good candidate because it controls how long the pulse will be and that can be what is shorting out the system.

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There may be more than 1 problem. The Timer for the Glowplugs adjusts itself for the temperature of the engine and surrounding air temperature. It is suppose to keep the timer going longer for a cold engine than a warm one. But it does need to heat the Glowplugs to atomize the fuel, then compression takes over.

If the Glowplugs have not been inspected lately, it would be a good time to do it. To test, use a jumper cable with care not to damage the threads of the Glowplug. Usually clamp one end of the jumper on the base of the Glowplug and briefly touch the top where the wiring plugs in.

The Glowplug can melt, but you want to see it glow in a short period of time and uniformily with all 8. Any that stay dark are bad, subpar will take longer than you have and will not fully atomize the fuel before they lose power from the timer.

Another problem can be the gating in the Turbo. There should be clean passages for the valving to seal when the Turbo closes. If the Turbo does not close, the exhaust compression may leak into the cylinder too early before a fuel charge is atomized. Since the Glowplugs are barely on for a hot engine, it will complicate starting.

Since your engine starts great when cold, fuel line integrity and the fuel system should not be a problem. Surging at 55mph is probably due to the Turbo.

Check your Vacuum levels at a convenient tap and see if the Vacuum bleeds off quickly or holds pressure for awhile.

Please rate my info and I hope I have been helpful.

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Hello, Follow your Glowplug wires back to a box and that box is your Timer. You should have wires going into the Timer from either the Ignition or from a Relay between the Ignition and the Timer.

When you turn the Key to Run, there should be power going into the Timer box. If there is power going in and nothing is happening, then the Timer is bad. If there is no power going into the Timer, work your way up to the Relay.

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There are two areas to check for this problem. The fuel and the spark. There is a Timer for your Glowplugs and you should hear clicking and notice the lights dimming in Synch with the clicking. This should work with your "Start" lamp in the dash.

Test one or two Glowplug wires with a Testlight and see what kind of Spark you have. If the spark is present you need to pull about half of your Glowplugs, if not all, and Test them with Battery voltage. They should be uniform in glowing and be careful not to melt them. Any Glowplug that remains cold or sluggish should be replaced. If no Spark, then check the Timer or replace it. Some models may have a Relay, check with Autozone or Oreillys or similar for parts listing.

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Fuel, if you have a bleeddown in the fuel system the pump may be weak or there is a hole in the line or bad "O" rings. The Ether simply gets the engine turning fast enough to siphon the fuel and draw it back to the pump. A shop can pressure check the fuel system for leaks or use a "smoker machine" for difficult to find leaks.

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A relay in the dash board ic clicking and truck wont start its a 1999 f250 super duty diesel. it turns over but wont start. i just installed new fuel pump its working fine


It sounds like the "Timer" for the glowplugs, but you may want to prime the Fuelfilter to provide a draw for the fuel. One of the problems is you lost the fuel in the lines as soon as the fuelpump was disconnected.

If you installed the fuelpump because of a "NO start" condition it may have been the Glowplug timer all along. You may have taken a wire loose for the Timer or broken a wire. The Timer box needs feedback from the Glowplugs.

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Diesels need Glowplugs only for starting. After that, the compression operates the engine. The Timer for the Glowplugs regulates how long the Glowplugs work each cycle. You may have to test the Glowplugs if they get power but do not work.

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Do mean you have hard time communicating with a scanner at the OBDII connector, if so make sure you power at pin16 at diagnostic connector, also we have seen issue with glowplugs not working properly causing hard start when cold and starts fine after warm-up
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