I believe that means that you have one or two bad plugs.
If you don't know when it's been done last, maybe this is the time. BUT... check everything first. Maybe the relay or fuse is at fault. Easy to check. Left fender, inside engine bay, slanted rectangular box. Remove cap, and you'll see a strip of metal with two (+) screws. See if it's intact and held on tightly. If it is, then go for the GP's.OneMnk - 2/22/2005 5:53 PM
Its great in the rain. So should I just replace all 5 glow plugs just to do it? its almost at 150k miles now.
In between the injection pump and the engine block are five wires going into the block. Those are the glow plug wires. The ones on top of the engine are vacuum lines. If you're talking about the large metal cylinders with metal lines from the injection pump, those are the fuel injectors. The glow plug wires are below those, to the left of the engine (closer to you, if you're looking at them from the driverside fender).OneMnk - 3/1/2005 11:28 PM
K im kind of a noob with cars but I know some stuff. Are the glow plugs the ones on top of the engine or the ones laying on their sides? Is their anything I should watch out for or also replace while doing this?