Mitsubishi released the Mitsubishi L200 diesel truck, which is specifically marketed in Great Britain. Glow plugs are used to ignite diesel fuel in the L200. This allows the truck to move. These glow plugs can go bad, or even fail. It is important to learn how to repair them so you are able to get on your way quickly. Once you understand what to look for, replacing the glow plugs can be done easily.
Mitsubishi released the Mitsubishi L200 diesel-powered truck, which was specifically marketed in Great Britain.
- Glow plugs are used in the L200 to ignite fuel and keep the truck running.
The bonnet of your L200 can be opened.
The engine’s centre is where you should be looking. The year of your L200 will determine whether the glow plugs are located in the middle of the engine or to the side. Small, silvery pieces in pencil shape that are approximately the same size as an adult pinky finger should be sought.
If you are unable to reach the glow plugs due to obstructions caused by the air intake, remove the hose. You can remove any obstructions to the intake hose by using a flat head screwdriver.
- If you find it difficult to reach the glow-plugs due to obstructions caused by the air intake hose, remove it.
Take out the wires that link your glow bulb to the rest the engine. You can remove the wires by pulling out from the engine.
Your socket wrench should be placed over the glowing plug you wish to take out.
You can rotate the socket wrench handle in a counterclockwise movement. You will be able to pull the plug out of your socket wrench by doing this.
The glow plug can be removed by pulling the motor with your fingers. You should use your hands to remove the glow plug.
- You can remove the glow plug from the engine by lifting it with your hands.
Insert the new glow bulb into the existing channel.
With your socket wrench, tighten the glow bulb. Turn the handle clockwise.
For the rest of your glow plugs, repeat these steps.
The connection wire should be replaced