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Glow plugs not heating no light on dash 2006 rodeo turbo diesel

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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John McAuley

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Check the glow plug thermo sensor...found in the cylinder head.
Unlightly anything wrong with injector pump.
Good luck
John

Posted on Feb 27, 2009

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Fabrice Wolters

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if only 3 plugs heat, probabilly one of the two pre-heat relays is defective ( or it's command ).
The relays are located left in the engin compartment, just in front of the battery and in the battery box. They should have green connectors.
If there is no fault found at the relays, but on their 'command', the pre-heat control box is located IN te vehicle under the steering column. ( Black plastic box with 4 screws, and a 16 or 20 position connector for engines with EGR )

Hope this explanation helps

Fabrice from belgium

Posted on Apr 02, 2009

Anonymous

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SOURCE: My glow plugs have stopped working the light on

i condem all the sensor and circuit of the module of the glow plug as well as rha relay

Posted on Dec 16, 2009

tripletauto

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SOURCE: Need the glow plug/controller wiring

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Posted on Dec 15, 2010

mike mountain

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SOURCE: 2002 ford courier 2.5 turbo

this is almost always due to too lean a mixture, and going overly lean for even 10 seconds will do this-check for vacuum leaks and fuel pressure, most usual reasons for this to happen.

Posted on Apr 21, 2011

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