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Old 02-05-16, 03:16 PM   #1
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Does anyone know what could be missing there are 2 wires under the fuse box that have been cut but no sign of where they are from,
Also how to test a glow plug relay


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why do you need to test the glow plug relay, if you give us full engine details and the fault you are having then we may be able to help
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Engine 2.0hdi 90 2005
Planet says the relay is stuck, my code reader not planet came up with manufacture code 1352,
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Planet can test the relay.
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Thanks for the reply Gibbo, I will see if I can workout how to do the test and get back here for the verdict,
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I plugged planet in again and tried the test, it's making a noise,
but fault is called, Pre-post heating command fault what does that narrow it down to.
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Could be a failing glow plug.
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Command fault sounds more like relay is not being told to work this is most likely because its not cold enough anyway

Fault is harmless it is present in most HDIs if your engine is not starting you have another problem its NOT the glowplugs stopping it.

Cut wires under fusebox normal they all have this feature as standard no idea why if you dont believe this look under ANY peugeots fusebox there are various unused wires
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Old 05-05-16, 08:14 PM   #9
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Thank you both

There is a snapped glow plug so 1 is not connected, I've welded a nut on top a couple of times but it keeps breaking off, I've got a tig welder now so i'll try it with that,

I have no grounds to doubt what anyone says I'm asking for help & advise.

Anyone know why the centre display says Deadlocking active is this normal
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Deadlocking is activated using the remotes i think

it can be deactivated somehow sorry cant help there i dont lock anything

If its a 90 hp then glowplugs are not necessary as you have no DPF. and they are NOT NEEDED for starting.
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