David Nunemaker: Got the same code on mine P0676 , how tight should I retighten the glow plugs to after I change them?
Brendan B: 2006 2500 HD. number 5 glow plug and no more check engine light! I wouldn't even have bothered with it if not for up coming smog (CA bull s#!t) thanks for the video bud!!!
Richard Chandler: i have a 6.6 duramax 2005 engine i need heads reinstalled the man had a heart attack and cannot put it back i live in rome ga my number is 7062663607 any suggestions
Mason Wicorek: very good video.. will be doing mine soon also.. # 8 fingers crossed!
Gregory Saenz: Thanks for the video. I'll be doing mine soon.
john casor: @ 9:30 i was trained to use air to blow out sand/dirt/mud first around glow plug & then crack it loose a 1/4 turn then stop, that will loosen up any mud/dirt & again blow air & then R&R Glow plugs. same with spark plugs. What u think Brian ?
Charles Nooks: great video Brian very informative
Damian Frattasio: clearly not from the rust belt,try changing glow plugs on a duramax from new england, the wire never comes off,the glow plugs snap off in the head. its a real bummer.
Miguel Tovar: Does the check engine reset itself or you actually need to reset with the scanner
Rob Urban: Wow! Great DIY video. My 2003 Duramax won't start under 30F so I have to always keep it plugged in.
Can I find out which plug is bad and just replace 1 or do I need to replace all 8? Thanks
Chris Gulack: This is a wonderful video very informative. I'm looking because I just got myself a dyramax and I like to do all of my own maintenance and I have only changed the glow plugs in a 94 detroit diesel. With that said I made the mistake of putting something on the threads when reinstalling them. DONT PUT ANY THING ON THE THREADS OF A GLOW PLUG!!! I had to immediately replace the ones on my 94 because if it. And it's harder to see in the duramax without a wait to start time. The glow plugs grown on the block .
David inSoCal: Good job Brian! My 06 LBZ w/62,000 mi just popped a P0678 code; should I replace 1 or all the glow plugs? Also, do you have the part # of your Lisle Hose Clamp pliers? Thanks bro!
RAFAEL FERNANDEZ-GALEGO: THANKS FOR VIDEO,
Michael Doerner: Putting this up in case I need it later.
YZFoFittie: Looks like time to replace the alternator...LOL
Is it better to change them engine warm or engine cold?
Julia Gettler: Super job. Thanks. Everything I need to know to do the job myself.
Willey01: Thank you the check engine light came on for my glow plugs now I know how to get to them .
trusso2614: Sweet truck, good vid...any advice on getting a snapped glow plug out? The head broke off at the top of the plug, and the half the diode came out...think its still OK to drive?
willroldan54: Should I disconnected battery on a 2006 silverado 2500 hd 6.6 before I remove the glow plugs
Andy C.: Awesome video, i was nervous about changing mine out, was gonna ask my step dad since he's a Diesel mechanic buuuut i think i got it
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