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    Glow plug harness

    Anyone find a good place to purchase a new GP wiring harness. I don't really want to splice new ends on my existing harness only to fight those splices in the future.
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    Uhaultruckparts.com They were selling the harness for Corn Binder truck. It will work on your IDI too.
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    Thanks, kind of a one stop shopping center. I haven't priced around, is 270 bucks a good deal?
    Brady

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    yeah u haul should have it, just have to check. You could also make your own if your good with that type of thing. Are you only need new ends for the glow plugs? Rewiring new ends on is a common practice. I'm not sure hiw the ends for the glow plugs are made from ceramic if I'm not mistaken.
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    The ends are plastic. They become very brittle with age and fall apart.

    Uhaul had a deal going not to long ago for the International harness. It was less than $100. clams. It maybe over now. I almost went that route for my 85, seeing how I need to make a harness for that beast.

    You can use a quality bullet connector and just do the ends. Most people do that.
    85 F250 6.9 with railroad wheels
    90 F350 7.3 Slow work truck with a not so stock E4OD
    01 F250 7.3 Play toy
    08 Arctic Cat 700 diesel. Unusual ATV

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