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Replacing glow plugs

Since ill have an extra day off this weekend was going to do my glow plugs. Curious since Ill be in there already, what else is impairitive to be done? I know theres been problems with the UVCH so Ill look into that later. Is there anything else I should look into? TIA
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You could start it with the vavle covers off and make sure good and even oil out of each injector. Also put a cut quarter under the v/c to hold the clip in (quarter mod)

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Do the 50 cent mod and re-torque the injector hold downs as well as the rocker arm pedestal bolts. Those are a couple of easy things to do while you have the valve covers off.

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