Join Date: Dec 2011
Location: Ripon, CA
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I've had a bad or dead glow plug for a couple of years. I live in ca so I don't worry about it being bad, but as for this thread ... My bad glow plug causes the check engine light to stay on, and sets a code in the computer. If you don't have a check engine light on, I'd assume your plugs are ok, would narrow it down to the relay. Is your wait to start light illuminating?
2002 F250 XLT, Crew Cab, long bed, 6 speed hand shaker.
Banks exhaust brake
Red Line Oil "RL-2" in every tank fill
195,000 miles, 10 of which were put on by the dealer.
Firefighter for 24 years.
I love my job, my girl, my kids, my dog and my PSD, not necessarily in that order.