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Old 10-22-2009, 11:27 PM
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Default Glow plug relay wiring 93 F250 non turbo

looking for information on wiring the glow plug relay i know where most of the wires go except 2 black wires they are together on the same eyelet i dont know if its a ground or if it gos to the relay any help or pictures would be a great help. thanks,
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Old 10-25-2009, 12:33 PM
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just looked at mine i have two black wires on the same ilet that are under the small not on the copper resister i beleive is what it is. but ithink it is just a ground. my camera is down so sorry i cant get any pics hope this helps.
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I do not know where any of the wires go and my buddy hooked it up wrong. Or at least i think he did so any help pictures or diagram would be greatly appreciated.
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How large are these wires that you are talking about, if they are 10 ga. wires with a large eyelet that will be each glow plug harness from the driver's side and passenger side, some model trucks they do come together in one eyelet. If this is the case as described above, it should be placed on the stub that has the spring looking metal peice.

Speaking of ground wires, there is only one wire, usually a 14 or 16 ga wire with one eyelet and bolts to an air intake bolt on the rear driver's side.

Just an added bonus here is a picture that might help.....


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Almost forgot some model trucks will have two 10 ga wire that are either yellow or black with orange tracers; these wires will be your hot wires from the starter relay on the passenger inner fender and should have a 14 ga fuse link connected to each 10 ga wire near the starter relay and most of the time have two eyelets on each end,,,,, if the wiring harness has not been molested in the past.
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I put it together the way the diagram shows but it still does not work. I think I might have blown that big fuse that sits under the fuel filter. A buddy of mine is going to look at it for me this week but if you have any other ideas please let me know my garbage route is backing up pretty quickly.
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I have bi-passed the board that the solenoid is mounted to. so I have power going to the solenoid and power going from the solenoid to the glow plugs but the glow plugs will not heat up. so I have to use either every morning.
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