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Old 07-03-2009, 08:15 PM   #16
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hi guys finally removed the top cooling head and back plate,

the conrod seems fine, pison is fine, just found some grits or fine metal bits on top of the piston head where the glow plug comes to contact.


will this be the cause of blowing my glow plug or is it bits of the glow plug?thanks
If you found several small bits of metal it is probably the rear bearing going out.

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