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Old 29th July 2009   #1
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Renault Master - Glow Plug Light On

Renault master 51 reg glow plug light comes on as usual 5 secs or so, goes out then comes back on and stays on.
ive renewed all the plugs (3 of the 4 us) but light still keeps coming on, ive tested the feed to all the plugs and all seems normal. other than removing the bulb has anyone any ideas?
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The glow-plug light usually doubles as an injection fault warning light so it may not be a glow-plug problem. Also have you tested for how long voltage is going to the glow-plugs - it shouldn't be constant.

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The glow plug light also doubles up as the engine management light so the ECU is picking up on a problem with the system on your van.Ideally you'll need to get the ECU fault codes read at a decent independant garage with the right equipment and this should point you in the right direction.There are a number of common faults that can cause your problem,but without the codes you'll be playing an expensive guessing game.
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The glow-plug light usually doubles as an injection fault warning light so it may not be a glow-plug problem. Also have you tested for how long voltage is going to the glow-plugs - it shouldn't be constant.

What is the exact engine type??
Hi thanks that may be helpfull.
its a 2.2 g9u unit they are not on constantly. voltage comes on with ign goes off after 5 secs or so voltage comes back on when engine starts as usual for about 10 secs then voltage is cut but glow plug light is on
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