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Renault Laguna III-Glow Plug Module Location

Looking to replace the glow plug module on my Laguna. Need some help locating it.
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Re: Renault Laguna III-Glow Plug Module Location

Any reason why you want to replace it?

I ask as a common OBD2 error points to Glow Plug Relay.

When the fault is actually glow plugs failed and the relay is simply telling the ECU that.
But is interpreted as GP Relay failure by OBD2
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I just had the glow plugs replaced. The car is starting but is struggling compared to not at all when the glow plugs had gone. Is it possible that the glow plug module is the problem?
For reference I think the error was P0670
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Re: Renault Laguna III-Glow Plug Module Location

When you say starting but struggling, can you explain in what respect.
Not cranking as fast, smoke from exhaust????

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It's cranking at a normal speed but does so for a lot longer. I have to put my foot on the accelerator a little bit as well. If I try to start it during in the same day it has almost no trouble even after about 8 hours.
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