Is there a glow plug control relay on a Mercedes-Benz?
GONE 2009 ML320, 2001 C230K, 1983 240D So, not sure if there is a separate glow plug relay or not, I thought everything happened in the control module. If there is a relay, it would bender the hood in one of those two boxes. There are several fuses under the hood that are “diesel control circuits”.
Why is the glow plug still on on my 2008 ML 320?
A pity this thread stopped where it did. On my 2008 ML 320 CDI (Canada) both the glow plug light and the CEL remain on after starting. There must be little to no pre-heating from the glow plugs because the vehicle doesn’t start like it should.
What is the code for the glow plug?
Code P0670 appears to be solved and I saved spending over $350 on a new controller. 2015 VW Beetle 1.8l, 2014 For Escape, 2001 BMW R1100S.
Where is the glow plug on a 2009 Mercedes Benz?
On the 2009, it’s on top of the engine, in the front, slightly right side of center. Mounted to a bracket at a weird angle. It’s got a wide plug of wires going into one end. I remember from somewhere the old design is square, the new design is wedge shaped on the end without the wires. Thanks.
Where is the glow plug relay on a Honda Accord?
Now locate the glow plug relay. It is located on the driver side fender well behind the headlight, A large black box with several wires going into it and a removable top cover. Remove the top cover and it should look similar to the pic. The large red wire is the main voltage coming into the relay.
Where is the glow plug on a Mercedes?
The glow plugs like a lot of juice, and often wont work right if the voltage is low. Now locate the glow plug relay. It is located on the driver side fender well behind the headlight, A large black box with several wires going into it and a removable top cover. Remove the top cover and it should look similar to the pic.
What does 0 ohms mean on glow plug?
This means the glow plug is open internally. If the reading was 0 ohms then it would mean the plug was shorted internally. No amount of power will make it glow. One note is that the only glow plug that worked was the German plug in the number one cylinder.
Why do you need glow plugs on a diesel engine?
The lower the compression in the cylinder, the less heat is generated by the piston compressing the air. Hence, the need for glow plugs. They take electrical current and heat the glow plug element, giving the engine a little help when its cool.