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Old 11-03-2008, 11:32 AM
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cold start glow plugs

few weeks back 99 f350 woundn't start had a blown 30a fuse in cab now that it's in 30 s at night truck wont start i put in a new gpr it's clicking on just did a check on glow plugs 6 looked good under 1 ohm 1 looked o and 1 had high res 46 ohms is this bad gloplug enough to make the oters not function and my local parts stores carry autolite are these ok? thanks
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Old 11-04-2008, 02:34 PM
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few weeks back 99 f350 woundn't start had a blown 30a fuse in cab now that it's in 30 s at night truck wont start i put in a new gpr it's clicking on just did a check on glow plugs 6 looked good under 1 ohm 1 looked o and 1 had high res 46 ohms is this bad gloplug enough to make the oters not function and my local parts stores carry autolite are these ok? thanks
As far as the brand's concerned, AutoLite are great glow plugs. I'm pretty sure AutoLite caters to Ford as AC Delco caters to GM.
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Old 11-06-2008, 07:06 AM
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I would use Motorcraft ZD-11's.

1 or 2 bad glow plugs will not cause a no start issue. Harder start as it gets way colder, but not a no start.

GPR hooked back up properly? All terminals tight?

Was the 30A fuse to the fuel bowl heater? If so, replace fuse again and unplug the heater...you really don't need it.

Have you pulled any codes?

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