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Subject: Re: 4018 glow plugs

Mike Thompson
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Date Posted: 22:26:54 17/01/2010 Sun
In reply to: michael 's message, "4018 glow plugs" on 15:21:20 17/01/2010 Sun

As far as I know the Perkins 4108 doesn't have glow plugs, at least mine doesn't. It uses a single "Thermostart" (so-called "bonfire plug") fitted into the inlet manifold. ASAP have them listed under code number 162050.


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Re: 4018 glow plugsmichael20:13:40 18/01/2010 Mon

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