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glow plugs and relay; starting problems
Topic Started: Jul 12 2012, 06:18 PM (1,170 Views)
ceri
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Hi can anyone help me? I have just been given an Iveco turbo daily 2.8 diesel campervan year 1997 which is a non starter! I am looking for the position of the glow plugs to test them I'm presuming they are underneath the inlet manifold?? will i need to remove this to get to them? I need to test the relay also which i cannot hear switch off after a period of time to stop the plugs from overheating. Make life a little more easier if someone can help get this camper back to the beach for weekends!!
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On my '97 daily they're on the opposite side to the manifolds, joined by a thin strip of copper.

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ceri
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Thanks I thought they may be on the same side as the injectors but i couldn't see them i'll just have to look closer
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ceri
Jul 12 2012, 06:18 PM
Hi can anyone help me? I have just been given an Iveco turbo daily 2.8 diesel campervan year 1997 which is a non starter! I am looking for the position of the glow plugs to test them I'm presuming they are underneath the inlet manifold?? will i need to remove this to get to them? I need to test the relay also which i cannot hear switch off after a period of time to stop the plugs from overheating. Make life a little more easier if someone can help get this camper back to the beach for weekends!!
they only have one glow plug if you are stood looking at the engine its on the left hand side near the top rad hose it will have a green wire to it
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OK, so it's a completely different set up to my engine. Sorry if I caused any delay by misleading you.

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