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glow plug, ebpv switches

i was wondering if there's a way to put the ebpv on a switch, so i can turn it on when it's cold enough to let it activate but when it doesn't NEED to be on i can keep it off? it doesn't get that cold down here but sometimes it still kicks in and i dont' like the way it feels, but i don't wanna gut it because of those few days where it is cold enough to need it. if anyone has a schematic for putting it on a switch let me know. also i'm looking for a schematic to wire the glow plugs on a switch, so i can cycle them without the key and can turn them off when my truck is warm enough to start without them.

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post #2 of 7 Old 01-05-2009, 10:28 AM
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I'm also wondering about the switch for the EBPV

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I dont see why not.. I just need to find a wiring diagram and I would be able to help you.
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yeah, i was trying to avoid busting out the haynes manual and poring through pages of diagrams haha. hoping someone already had a link to a schematic or already had one wired up.

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I'm interested too.

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bump.. i forgot about this thread but i'd really like to get these done soon. any help would be appreciated

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deff sounds like a good idea... im keepin an eye on this one
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