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Old 09-30-2010, 09:11 PM
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Glow Plug Relay

Hey guys i got a 99 7.3 and was wondering what the part number was on the glow plug relay to get it cheaper then having to pay what ford is asking for one. I think you can get it through NAPA or something like that ive seen it on here before any help would be great. Thanks guys!
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Old 10-01-2010, 12:02 AM
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Relay - Glow Plug | 1999 Ford F250 Super Duty P/U 4WD 8 Cylinders F 7.3L Turbo Diesel | AutoZone.com

i remember reading u can get an upgraded reply out from a CAT and use it, i think its was cheaper and its also alot more hevey duty then the stock one.. but theres on from autozone
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Old 10-01-2010, 12:06 AM
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NAPA PART# gpr109

33$ Good Luck
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Stancor Relay upgrade, the last youll buy:

STANCOR ELECTRONIC|586-902|Power Contactor | Newark.com
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The Stancor 586-903 is a 15v & supposedly better for our trucks 13.5-14.5 system.
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So what would you guys recomend that i go with?
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the spencer mod. i have it in my truck
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The Stancor 586-903 is a 15v & supposedly better for our trucks 13.5-14.5 system.
I have gone through 4 stock relays on my truck in less than 90,000 miles, put this Stancor on and have not had a problem since. When my dads goes out again his will get the Stancor. Google guzzle site or search guzzle site on here and there is a write up on how to do it and it gives the specific part#
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id give the 903 a shot, shouldnt allow the harness to burn right? allowing more voltage i mean?
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id give the 903 a shot, shouldnt allow the harness to burn right? allowing more voltage i mean?
I really don't know but seen others talk about using them & it's what I'm going with next time. The only difference is the 12v - 15v both 200amp. As much as I know about elec. they could both be the same
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