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No lights on gauges or sensors work glow plug relay does not work engine related fuses under hood do not have power to them starter turns over fine problem was intermittent now permanent the shift selector light works for auto trans radio workks everything engine related dead 95 chevy cheyenne 3500 hd 6.5 litre turbo diesel motor is a 97 thnx for help

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I had this type of problem , worked for two weeks trying to eliminate problem, replaced every part related to inj. pump, turned out to be engine control harness under intake, it was completely fried .changed harness have no codes and runs perfect.

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It sounds like a bad fusible link. Hard to say where it is. Could be near the starter solenoid or the fuse box under the hood.

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The first thing to do is locate the owner manual.

Look for the glow plug relay MAIN FUSE location.

The glow plug portion of your van is not working.

This difficulty scale from 1 to 10 is a 9.

You will need a DVM and tool undo the cables to each glow plugs.

It's a 1 to 2 hours troubleshooting job.

I'm going to fire off a quick list

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Check / replace blown glow plug relay main fuse
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Disconnect each center nut of the glow plug wire. PLEASE CHECK ONE AT A TIME.

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MAKE SURE all cables are put back and tighten properly.

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In general 3 ohm or less is OK.

You should buy one and use its value as baseline.

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You will need the VOM and a friend to turn the key.

Check the voltage to each glow plugs. It should be 12.6-13.6 volt.

Be careful,the plugs will get HOT.

Compare the voltage on each cylinders.

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glow plugs

ignition switch is unlikely but I'm going to list it anyway.

Once again,this is a difficult and time consuming job. I will ask a friend to help out,

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