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Chrysler Grand Voyager Reg 2005

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I have a problem with my glow plugs.
no power going to glow plugs when ignition key turned on.
I have foung only one fusebox under the front bonet,is there any more fuseboxes fited?
Please help
Many thanks

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The power to the glowplugs is sent from a relay that by the picture i have is near the radiator.this relay is fed by a 12volt fusible link and is activated by the engine control module grounding it. try to locate this relay and make sure you have power at 2 of the terminals and a ground when the key is turned on

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