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Old 10-25-2008, 11:08 AM
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Installed My New Stancor

So I ordered my new GPR on teusday night from allied Electronics and recieved it thursday. Had it installed in less than 10 mins. After first starting it up I already noticed a difference. My old one was having some problems about switching the power. then the next morning it was 6 degrees out and my truck has never started so well. so I highly recomend this to anyone and yes it does fit under the engine cover barely here are some pics.



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Old 11-01-2008, 06:01 PM
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gpr stancor 586-902

hi, i just hooked my gpr up and now the pig will not start,can you hook up
wiring wrong,it looks to me it doe's not make a difference i do notice that
i do not hear a load snap as closes or with the stancor there is none i
changed back to old gpr to see if you hook up these gpr's could get any
answers from forum as to wiring,thank's
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Old 11-01-2008, 10:35 PM
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only thing I can really assume at this point it you might have blown a fuse
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Old 11-02-2008, 02:11 AM
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thats what i found, but i made it a point to unhook both batteries before i
started to change it but that probaly doe's not matter,when looked at the
stancor it did not any indication where each wire went.
i bolted it down then switch one wire at a time but i think this works this
way as the wires are the same color,when got done i turned the key and
did not hear a good and solid click which i got with regular gpr,thank's
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Old 11-02-2008, 04:13 AM
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how much was yours if you dont mind asking i bought mine from my internatinal dealer like 1/4 mile down the street and codt me 60
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thats what i found, but i made it a point to unhook both batteries before i
started to change it but that probaly doe's not matter,when looked at the
stancor it did not any indication where each wire went.
i bolted it down then switch one wire at a time but i think this works this
way as the wires are the same color,when got done i turned the key and
did not hear a good and solid click which i got with regular gpr,thank's

Well it happens but maybe you got a defected relaly
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Old 11-02-2008, 09:12 AM
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how much was yours if you dont mind asking i bought mine from my internatinal dealer like 1/4 mile down the street and codt me 60
mine was 49 bucks plus 10 bucks in shipping my fathers was 49 bucks plus 14 bucks in shipping
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Old 11-03-2008, 12:36 AM
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hi,mine cost me $65.00 here in wa.,i did not know that the positive cables
had to be off also i thought by taking the ground cables off was enough
when i go out to the shop tomorrow i will take off positive cables maybe
thats why i blew a fuse. thank's for the help,whisky6
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Old 11-04-2008, 09:44 PM
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well i finaly got my1995psd pig started,when blew the fuse i thought i fried
the pcm but what the problem was all of the time was the oil level in hpop
was down about 2qts.
I had installed the crossover line and i tightened the nuts as tight as i thought they should be but i had not gotten tight,, enough in the past i have
seen these steel lines split at the ends when they are over tightened.
My wait to start light only stays lit for about 7 to 10 seconds,i have seen on some of these posts that the glowplugs will stay on for almost 2minutes
if this is true then i have a problem as when had a volt meter on posts
i would have 11.50 volts on both posts then hear a click then voltage on
wire to glowplugs would go to. thank's
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Old 11-05-2008, 05:34 PM
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I understand that all the glow plug relays stay on 2 minutes. The Wait to start will only stay on from between 7 and 8 to 10 to 15 depending on the outside temp. The relay staying on help idle in cold weather.


Now correct me if Im wrong. This is just what I have gathered in reading these post.
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