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Hazet Size 10mm/ 3/8-inch Glow Plug Socket

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If you know the glow plugs haven't been changed in a long time or the car has been idle for an extended period then in most instances, it should simply be a case of spraying some lubricant on your glow plugs and then using a regular glow plug removal tool.

If you have to use a bicep-building level of force to remove a glow plug they might either be damaged or have been in the car for too long. Glow plugs work by heating the air in the combustion chamber, which ignites the fuel. They take a little while to warm up, but when they do, they are robust and reliable. Over time, glow plugs can wear out and need replacing. You might notice that your diesel engine is taking longer to start, or it may not start at all! You might also see a glow plug warning light, indicating you need a replacement. When this happens, head to Halfords. About our glow plugsFive: Reconnect the glow plug wires and the nut using a wrench. Finally, you can reconnect your battery and you're ready to go. Using the same tool you used to remove the old glow plugs, install the new glow plugs being careful not to over-tighten them (this will make them harder to remove next time). One: Disconnect your battery and locate your glow plugs. Remove the glow plug wires from the glow plug. This will be done by removing a small nut that sits above the glow plug. Do this for each glow plug.

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