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Old 09-04-2019, 10:02 AM   #41 (permalink)
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Un-thread the glow plug, turn the key to glow and they should glow red hot when they're working.
You should probably refrain from holding them with your hands.

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Old 09-04-2019, 12:29 PM   #42 (permalink)
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what the prior post should have said......

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Still trying to get this thing to run. question regarding glow plugs first if they're working correctly and they've been on for 30 seconds say if I reach down and touch where they go into the block should I feel any warm or anything or should it be the saOkay I am planning on being
before I was going to reach civilization again and my gas light came on as the engine secondly in the picture that I'm posting, I'm wondbe voltage


Still trying to get this thing to run. question regarding glow plugs first if they're working correctly and they've been on for 30 seconds say if I reach down and touch where they go into the block should I feel any warm or anything or should it be the same as the block temp wise?

I'm wondering also, with key on, engine not running, should the voltage
on the glow plug side be anything? I am speaking ofthe ACC iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii

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Old 09-04-2019, 01:03 PM   #43 (permalink)
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okay.... this is strange... and it's been this way since I connected back a 6.5

when I turn the truck to run. my flasher/turn signal indicators on the dash are bright, no diesel related lights come on at all...

if I plug anything into the ODBII port, then the wait to start light will come on.

I have never seen a glow plug light.

also the lift pump will work, before I plug anything into the ODB port, lift pump does nothing. the things I've plugged into the ODB Port to get it to work ELM connector, and another .

i don't think the glow plug relay it actually working.
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Old 09-04-2019, 08:32 PM   #44 (permalink)
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Un-thread the glow plug, turn the key to glow and they should glow red hot when they're working.
You should probably refrain from holding them with your hands.
Extremely helpful... now I know for sure that my glow plugs aren't !
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Old 09-04-2019, 09:17 PM   #45 (permalink)
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Extremely helpful... now I know for sure that my glow plugs aren't !
If you replace the glow plugs be sure to get ACDelco: 60G
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Old 09-07-2019, 05:45 PM   #46 (permalink)
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Okay I have the turning the key on without something in the ODB Port everything's working correctly now what the problem was as I have a 1994 engine that I left the connectors on the engine and only changed it at the large connector in the back and that just didn't get it so I changed all of the connectors on the engine to match the truck so now everything works the way it's supposed to and I don't know maybe it's just that it hasn't had diesel run through it in a long long time maybe just needs to be bled I've read a procedure to on that but I just thought I'd bring anybody that's following this up-to-date and why the key was doing what it was doing and I have no idea what the ODB Port was why I was letting it work but it really wasn't because the glow plugs were not working the glow plugs are working now but I think they're weak
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Wow, not one period, comma, or question mark. What are you asking?
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Should try and read it in one breath. It's pretty fun(ny) actually!
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someplace buried in the lack of commas, periods and questions marks were the words, just bringing anyone that has been following this up to date...

Which I neglected to add that after 5 attempts to bled the system, my diesel mechanic neighbor spend 3 minutes trying a couple thing and said "better replace that injector pump, it's never going to cleanup.

So I have a new injector pump coming now.
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