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Old 02-19-2013, 12:59 PM
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DCP Glow Plugs

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I need some help on glow plugs.I just replaced all my injectors(delphi) bought the kit that Diesel care sells gp harness Etc.. and so far i have had to send back two of there gp's and now i have another one fail.WTF i think they sold me some of those China Knock offs.Very pissed new engine just got 2k on her and im worried these Gp's are going to mushroom.Any ways im going to replace them with another set of motorcraft or Wellmans any thoughts which way i should go anybody try these two stage plugs made in the USA?
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I agree. Motorcraft ZD-11's are the only wise way to go.
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I agree. Motorcraft ZD-11's are the only wise way to go.



Why try something that you don't know how they hold up, vs ones that are known to last 100k+ and not have problems getting them back out?
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ya it would be a disaster if the tip of a glow plug broke off and fell in the cylinder head
the cheap ones are known to swell as well.
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Old 02-20-2013, 09:19 AM
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Thanks everyone Motorcraft it is. The last ones i had in there were Motorcraft originals marked beru ireland. thats why i was looking into other manufacturer.The #5cyl glow plug splintered off and stuck on top of the piston.That was at 136K and why i had to rebuild so there all vulnerable, i guess the thing to do is change them every 100k.
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Thanks everyone Motorcraft it is. The last ones i had in there were Motorcraft originals marked beru ireland. thats why i was looking into other manufacturer.The #5cyl glow plug splintered off and stuck on top of the piston.That was at 136K and why i had to rebuild so there all vulnerable, i guess the thing to do is change them every 100k.
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I had them in stock
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Thanks everyone Motorcraft it is. The last ones i had in there were Motorcraft originals marked beru ireland. thats why i was looking into other manufacturer.The #5cyl glow plug splintered off and stuck on top of the piston.That was at 136K and why i had to rebuild so there all vulnerable, i guess the thing to do is change them every 100k.
Thanks again got them on order.
They should say Beru Germany now. The had a run of them made in Ireland, but have since switched back to German made plugs.
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ya mine were from ireland lol
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DCP glow plugs Update

Well just wanted to update you guys on these glow plugs.The part# is drx00138 there made by Xtreme Diesel.There the new dual coil design suppose to be hotter faster and never mushroom.Well guess what they mushroom and they dont freakin last replaced three so far since the rebulid 3k ago.Dont buy them there not worth it go OEM is what i have learned.Thanks for all the Help Guys.When i get time i will end up replacing all of them.
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