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blown fuse

Discussion in '2.5 TD (19J)' started by watercoolerguy, Oct 14, 2018.

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  1. watercoolerguy

    watercoolerguy New Member

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    Having replaced my 19J engine with another one, I got around to trying to start the 90 last week. I think I have everything connected correctly! I turned the key to warm the glow plugs, but after a few seconds I heard a pop and there was a burning smell. Eventually got to investigate in the daylight and found a blown fuse (no 4) and one of the glow plug connectors was touching the engine block. Moved that, changed the fuse. Is there anything else I should be looking for before I have another go?

    Also – can anyone provide a list of what the fuses are all for? Some are pretty self explanatory, but I can’t see a connection between a fan and the glow plugs!
     

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    nobber Well-Known Member

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    Glow plugs arnt normally fused.
     
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    Hicap phill Well-Known Member

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    Check the glow plug relay to make sure it still works.
     
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    Blackburn Well-Known Member

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    Typically a set of glow plugs will take about 40 amps as youn have no fuse that size suggest you wire in seperately unless they are fed by a relay and seperate supply.
    What landrover is it?
    Overlapped with hi cap Phil
     
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