To everyone who helped me with my no start problem, thanks so much. it took all day cuz im sick as a dog, but all in all im pretty impressed. i still dont have a wait light.... which kinda urks me, but i let it sit for 10 seconds and cranked it, and i dont think it even finished one full crank before it fired up. also thanks to whoever pointed me towards getting those 1/4in female terminals, but i kinda made my own spin on it. For anyone who is interested, below are the pics of my little solution. I was a chevy tech, electronics and driveability, and i try to avoid cutting up the factory harness whenever possible, so my solution was as follows. I took the old glow plugs, used a pair of dykes to cut the flat blade terminal off, at the base, then used a grinder to take off the "stem" it was welded to. then i took some spare, large wire (larger than the factory harness), and the 1/4in flat blade connector. i drilled a hole.... forgot what size exactly, but small, in the old glowplug terminal, threaded the wire through the hole, soddered it in place, and put shrink tubing on it. then crimped the 1/4in blade terminal on the other end. using these pigtails i can run the ASP1110 glowplugs on the factory harness, and can go back to the factory ones should i ever decide without having to do any repairs.