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    Super Member greg_g's Avatar
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    Default Re: Jinma 224 Glow Plug Fuse Blows

    Each plug you remove should have a copper sealing washer attached. Often they stay in the hole. So make sure you have all 3 washers out before installing your new plugs. And install a new set of three, don't just replace the bad pair
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    Default Re: Jinma 224 Glow Plug Fuse Blows

    Also with these things they tend to bind up from carbon buildup so you may need to work them back & forth a bunch to get them loose and spray in some penetrate if they dont come out right away.

    Others told/warned you about the copper washers they can be a pain in the BUT you can get them out if careful.

    Watch for garbage around them use some compressed air to blow out rust & debris from around them.

    Be sure to clean up the contact points on the Copper Bus Bar and use a bit of Elec Grease on the contact points when going back together. Also as mentioned replace them all as a set, they come with NEW copper washers and be sure to keep an eye on them, I lost one and had to use one of the NEW non-fitting ones I had.

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    Default Re: Jinma 224 Glow Plug Fuse Blows

    I wonder if glow plugs would be easier to remove if the engine were to be thoroughly warm first.
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    Default Re: Jinma 224 Glow Plug Fuse Blows

    I think so, yes. Perhaps I can warm up the place around the glow plugs with a warm airblower? A good idea??

    Jack

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    Default Re: Jinma 224 Glow Plug Fuse Blows

    We use a good penetrating oil and let set overnight and they seem to come out much easier.

    Ben
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    Default Re: Jinma 224 Glow Plug Fuse Blows

    Quote Originally Posted by circlegtractors View Post
    We use a good penetrating oil and let set overnight and they seem to come out much easier.

    Ben
    Jinma Tractor Parts, Farm Pro Tractor Parts, Farmpro, Nortrack, Agracat
    Yep, take a toothbrushed sized wire brush and with the bussbarr removed clean as much crud and paint from around the glowplug threads. Then soak them with penetrating oil overnight...
    Ron

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