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Where abouts is the glow plug timer in a l300 4d56 1993 mitsi van

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Check the temp sensor or low resistance in the glow plugs first

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    The glow plug timer is in the "B" column, remove the right front seatbelt, the timer mounts just below the seatbelt, remove the two top nuts and the one lower nut to remove, I recommend fitting an after market timer as the Mitsubishi units are prone to failure.

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I have MITSUBISHI L300 van with 4d56 turbo engine . their problem is glow plug are burning , so I chained glow timer unit, but problem is same , so what I can do more. please help me.
thank you,

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