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Anyone out there replaced the resistor for the glow plugs on a 23C engine (1959 FE35). All I can make out on the resistor is KLG BR01 (BRQ1?) 3.7V 38/42A. So it drops the 12V to 3.7V for the plugs? Seems low.
I seem to get full voltage across the resistor when the key is in the 'preheat' position.
Any thoughts? (it's about to get cold here!)
Thanks in advance,
|Chad||Did you ever find an answer to that question? I"m fighting the same battle here. I'm searching for a resistor to introduce into the sequence - but I'm not sure what voltage neeeds to be present at the plug. I've burnt too many and they're too pricey to keep this up.
|Frank||I am in the same situation, sure would like to know what is
required for a resistor and the voltages involved
my resistor was gone when I got the tractor
appreciate any help or suggestions