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post #16 of 28 Old 08-27-2011, 02:49 PM Thread Starter
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My glow plug light is at about the 10 o'clock position from the speedometer. In your picture, it is just to the upper left of the seatbelt light.

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post #17 of 28 Old 08-27-2011, 04:59 PM
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My glow plug light is at about the 10 o'clock position from the speedometer. In your picture, it is just to the upper left of the seatbelt light.
He has a special one of a kind CRD with no glow plugs, no electronics to run them and no CEL that would happen on every other CRD that did not have glow plugs.

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post #18 of 28 Old 08-27-2011, 05:04 PM
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so...

He's got a 4bt :P

Correction:

6bt

double :P
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post #19 of 28 Old 08-27-2011, 06:42 PM
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I dont know what i have. The guy before me could have taken them out, the light itself could be out. I dont have much of a clue.
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post #20 of 28 Old 03-16-2012, 09:08 AM
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your glow plug indicator.

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I dont have that indicator. Heres what my dash looks like when i put the key to run.

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You have the '06 on your dash it is the little red light. Looks like a little red dot. It is at the 7 o'clock to the tac.
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So thats the glow plug indicator or what?
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post #22 of 28 Old 03-18-2012, 07:49 AM
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You have the '06 on your dash it is the little red light. Looks like a little red dot. It is at the 7 o'clock to the tac.
No I have an 06 also and the glow plug light is not the red LED.... that is light is for the security/key century system. The glow plug indicator is an orange curly thing like pictured but on the liberty it is in the upper left near the seat belt light. I still think you may be missing it the light is only one a few seconds after the key is turned to run. It is possible your indicator light is burned out too.
the underhood parts have still got to be there
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EPA requires them. If the motor is warm enough, my light wont' come on. Sometimes just for a second.

Like my F350 7.3, I wonder if the plugs stay on longer than the light does? Does anyone know this?

You for sure have them.
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You can check to see if that light goes on by holding the trip button and turn key to the ACC position. Every light should go on on the speedo, even if it isn't equipped with something (ex.security system, fog lights) and the needles will all move. Give that a try and see if you see the curly line
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Thanks for the tip!

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EPA requires them. If the motor is warm enough, my light wont' come on. Sometimes just for a second.

Like my F350 7.3, I wonder if the plugs stay on longer than the light does? Does anyone know this?

You for sure have them.
The glow plugs definitely stay on a lot longer than the lamp shows.
There is a lot of discussion on lostjeeps at the moment regarding glow plugs and cold starting problems.

Basically the consensus...and it is in the Service Manuals...is that depending on ambient temperature the glow plugs stay on for a few seconds and then are pulsed at about 1/4 duration for up to 200 seconds.

It is also the consensus that in very cold conditions it is worth turning the ignition ON for a few seconds...turn OFF then ON again for a few seconds and repeat a few times....this gets the glow plugs really warm for a good start.

This does not concern me..I live in a warm climate and could disconnect my glow plugs and would get good starting with just a puff of smoke!

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What temp do folks start having start problems with these, before the start plugging them in? Also, I wonder if 0w-30 or 5W-30/40 makes a difference. My F350 7.3 will start at 20 below with 10W-30 but I have to cycle 2 or 3 times with 15W-40, even synthetic?

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What temp do folks start having start problems with these, before the start plugging them in? Also, I wonder if 0w-30 or 5W-30/40 makes a difference. My F350 7.3 will start at 20 below with 10W-30 but I have to cycle 2 or 3 times with 15W-40, even synthetic?

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Depending on how long you leave it parked I guess. When you start seeing 15 degree numbers - good idea to plug it in & double cycle the glow plugs when you fire things up. You really don't need to run zero degree euro oil. 5-40 should do the job just fine.

If you are dealing with the -20 -30F I see here at times, a battery warmer is also not a bad idea to have - along with the block heater.

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