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If the Glow Plug Relay does not contain 12V on both sides of terminal what should be done next?


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2006-02-19 16:06:37
2006-02-19 16:06:37

glow plug relay should have power to one side all the time. if not, your problem may be more than the power leed. need to know what year. vehicle is?


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