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Relay, wich one is what?

Hi guys,

On some SD models there are two similar relays, slightly to the left of the engine.
Just behind the fuel filter.
The rear one is the glow relay. What function has the other relay?

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intake air temperature heater


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intake air temperature heater
Whats the purpose of that? Colder air=mo'power.

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it helps heat the air in the inake when the wether is rear cold ,very seldom is used


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Ahh ok. Not that I ever doubted you Scuffy.

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eerrh hang on.... I'm mean the other relay.

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eerrh hang on.... I'm mean the other relay.
now youve lost me , one is the glow plug relay and the other is the inake air heater


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Ah ok, but at what tempature does it kick in?

To be honest I had to read it over a couple of times.
Intake air heater to me sounds like the same job the glow plus are doing.
Or am I missing something her?

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