Re: How to change glow plugs
Sure, it's easiest with a multimeter. The resistance across the plugs should be in the neighborhood of 5 ohms, if it's infinity then the plug is dead. Though occasionally you'll see one that reads normal cold but goes open when it heats up. You can also hook them up to a battery (one at a time should be fine) and see if they get hot.
Just make sure you're not mistaking the plugs for the injectors. Each injector has steel tubing running back to the injection pump on the right (from the seat) side of the engine as well as rubber tubing running to the fuel tank.
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Last edited by Stumpy; 05-20-2012 at 05:37 PM.