Have a 94 F-350 and want to check the glow plugs for resistance. The connectors at the tip are a brittle plastic and am worried about breaking them while trying to remove them. New glow plugs installed by my local Ford dealer about 8 months ago, so they have been off recently. Is there a trick to removing them safely?
I keep blowing the fuse that controls the wait to start light and think a shorted glow plug may be the culprit. Fuse blows after each turn of the key, and now they immediately blow after the truck is running if I insert one after starting. Any suggestions???
The wiring from the controller to the GP's should only carry current when the GP's are energized. If a fuse keeps blowing, I would suspect the wiring leading up to the controller first, then the controller itself.
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