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post #1 of 2 Old 01-21-2008, 10:46 AM Thread Starter
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Well it got me. I am having glow plug problems and I am putting it off, but I got stuck in the cold and it would not start. The headlight question is that I have a f350 from canada and the headlights stay on all time. I was told that you can disconect it somewere so the safety driving lights stay off?
My thoughts are that the headlights are drawing to much from the batteris that could help me with the cranking and the cycling on the plugs.
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i bet you have more problems than just headlight draw , they wont cause enough draw to cause a problem, you can disable them by puling the daytime runing light relay , you may have weak batteries also

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