Take the air filter off, its right there in front of the fire wall
Actually left to the fuel filter looks like a starter solenoid for a Ford
They are both very bad at this!!! Horriable answers. Yes it does look like a starter relay on the 2002 model years. What they frogot to inform you is that their is 2 relays just left of the fuel filter housing that are almost identical. Ones the glow plug relay and other is the IAT heating element that screws into the "intake" right by the hot side charge tube on the passenger side. Its main purpose was to minimize white smoke on start up and chances are it doesn't even work anymore so ignore it. The glow plug relay has a large black with orange trace wire on the large terminal. It comes from the starter relay that is mounted on the inside of the passenger side fender by the hood strut. It will have constant 12v on that terminal and with the koeo you should hear a click and the 12v if operating properly should show up on the other large post within a second of turning koeo. If not then you can suspect the relay for and open internally and replace and retest. Very common and a good start for a hard start when cold diagnosis. Hope this helps. Good luck.
wire diagram for 1999 Ford F250 diesel glow plug relay
The glow plug relay, on your 2004 Ford 6.0 liter diesel engine, can be found just below the fuse box. The fuse box can be found in the engine compartment.
the glow plugs are located under the valvecovers should be 8 of them
on top of engine on passenger side behind warm air relay they look the same but the glow plug relay is the shorter one
Mounted to the passenger side frt valve cover
glow plugs, glow plug relay, poor compression on engine are some things that will give problems
how locate glow plug relay on 2008 Volvo diesel 2.0D
no glow plugs
Unless your ford focus is a diesel your car does not have glow plugs.
The 1991 Dodge diesel truck glow plug relay is located in the fuse box. The fuse box is located behind the battery box. The glow plug relay will be in the right upper corner of the box.
it looks like a starter relay and its on the passager side valve cover area (powerstroke57) He is correct but be sure that you don't mistake the intake heater relay for the GP relay they are the same relay and are right next to each other. The Glow plug relay will have a orange and black wire to it that goes to the starter relay.
the glow plug relay can be found in the super rapist tard section of your beetle
Inside cab, to the left of the steering column under the dash is the relay / fuse panel. On that panel is the glow plug relay.
there are 8 glow plugs
remove your air cleaner then right behind it (closest to firewall) Is your glow plug controller! that is where the controller is for the glowplugs, but the relay switch for the glowplugs is on the passenger side of the motor. it is bolted on to the side of the fender. hope that answers your question
I note the relay (part No NCL100040) is called an "ignition and glow plug heater relay". The 75 will usually start if you turn the key before the glow plugs have heated, therefore the glow plugs are probably only needed for cold starts. Glow plugs are not needed when a diesel engine is hot. The "ignition" reference may mean that some other circuit is controlled by this relay (obviously there is no conventional ignition as it is a diesel). FYI The part is also used on the Range Rover TD6 post 2002 An internet search suggest the cam sensor can cause starting problems and fault codes similar to a faulty glow plug relay.
Should be under the Battery
No, only diesel engines have glow plugs. It has spark plugs.
there are 8
The relay is behind the intake manifold near the firewall.
No, just glow plugs.
what year model
It's actually a module and its called a GPCM (glow plug control module) On every 6.0L its on the front of the right valve cover. It has a big green and black connectors you can't miss it!! Powerstroke57
against the bulkhead, next to the ecu
On the engine compartment side immediately next to the battery