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WIF,PREHEAT WARNING LIGHTS??

Discussion in '1982-Present GM Diesel' started by JORGE, Mar 12, 2001.

  1. JORGE

    JORGE 1/2 ton status

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    HELLO,
    I,M WRITTING FROM SPAIN,AND I DON,T KNOW THE BLAZERS VERY WELL.THIS WEEKEND I WAS CHECKING OUT A FOR SALE 6.2 DIESEL K5,I COULD NOT SEE THE TRUCK VERY WELL,BUT WE WENT IN RUN ,A LIGHT BETWEEN THE SPEEDMETER AND THE FUEL METER,SOMETIMES STARTED TO SHINE,I THINK IT WAS THE SPEEDMETER SIDE LIGHT.I NEED TO KNOW WHAT ARE THESE TWO WARNING LIGHTS BETWEEN THE SPEEDMETER AND THE FUEL METER.PREHEAT LIGHT AND WATER IN FUEL LIGHTS?WICH COULD BE THE PROBLEM?
    PLEASE WRITE ME SOON,THANKS FOR ANY ANSWER.JORGE.
    COKE160@LATINMAIL.COM
     
  2. RLBstein

    RLBstein 1/2 ton status

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    The light closest to the speedometer is the Glow plug light and the one closest to the fuel gauge is the Water in Fuel light. And if the glow plug light was coming on and off, it was normal when you first start it. It should stay off when the engine is a operating temperature.

    85 Blazer on an 82 chassis, 6.2L Diesel, ORD flip, 35's with no cutting on a 4" lift.
     

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