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I'm not certain that glow plugs are monitored individually. I do think they are powered in parallel per bank, and I know 0 ohms is a short, not an open.
Each bank will draw 150-200 amps when cold, so there isn't much resistance there. Maybe you didn't get absolutely 0, just a small r4eading and thought it to be 0. Use the old r=e/i
Have you a clamp on ammeter to go with your fluke mm? If so, reading current will tell you.
ps: If it were actually 0 ohms, the glowplug module would fry and then you would get a code.
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2006 F350 CC LWB Dually XLT Oxford white manual 4x4 6.0 PSD 6 speed. 4.10 LS front and rear, Built May05. 4" turbo back, 55 gal aux fuel tank. A real pig from a stop, give me 15' and she'll slowly come to life, then watch out!
165K miles, 12 injectors, EGR cooler, Fuel pump, 8 glow plugs, GPCM, FICM rebuilt FoMoCo engine at 150K under 7/200 warranty.
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