how do i replace glow plugs on a ford F 350 6.0 2005
Here is Ford procedures
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REMOVE GLOW PLUGS
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wow...............PLEASE EXCUSE ME, as I gave you VAN procedure
sorry long morning
here is Ford F350 procedures
The Tool, should be available from a number of Auto Parts Stores (sell or free rent)
You can also purchase On-Line >>> CLICK HERE
Or make your own "crows foot type" pry tool
how do i identify the glow plug relay
sorry, was not aware this year had one, as I have never replaced it.I am only aware of the Glow Plug Module, located on Passenger front side Valve Cover.
The glow plug system is composed of a solid state GPCM, glow plugs, and the associated wiring harness. The glow plug on-time is controlled by the PCM and is a function of oil temperature, barometric pressure, and battery voltage. The PCM enables the GPCM which drives the individual glow plugs. Glow plug on-time normally varies between 1 to 120 seconds . In addition to PCM control the GPCM internally limits the glow plug operation to 180 seconds regardless of the PCM commanded on-time. The power to the glow plug is provided through the GPCM solid slate drivers directly from the vehicle battery. The GPCM monitors and detects individual glow plug functionality and the control and communication links to the PCM. The failures detected by the GPCM are passed to the PCM using a serial communication signal on the diagnostic line.The wait-to-start indicator on-time is controlled by the PCM and is independent from the GPCM on-time.
Will OPT OUT & see if someone else has that info
did you send it to others or do i have to do that
I RELISTED this & "if" there is any 6.0 Experts on, they will see it.
Someone just suggested it was the oil filter can that even be possible?
vehicles equipped with a 6.0L engine may exhibit a runs rough, lacks power, hard start, no start concern with or without diagnostic trouble codes or various injector circuit codes.
This may be caused by a DC-DC converter located in one half of the Fuel Injector Control Module (FICM) or by the main circuit board in the other half of the FICM.
Can only be confirmed via Dealer Scan Tool
There is also a class action settlement for a number of components that Ford knew were bad:
As part of a class action settlement, certain vehicles may have been granted warranty extensions for the turbocharger, fuel injectors, EGR valve and/or A/C compressor, each dependant on the vehicles repair history. OASIS has been loaded and will be updated ongoing based on Ford warranty history.
Also ECM Recalibration
If someone else can help, they will post here