2000 4.2 deisel patrol circuit

Submitted: Wednesday, Jun 23, 2004 at 13:09
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hi ther, can anybody help out with how i could get a hold of a circuit diagram of my 2000 patrol tubo deisel, i want to extend the glow time on the heater circuit, need to know what is used to time it out !
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Reply By: Davoe - Wednesday, Jun 23, 2004 at 13:26

Wednesday, Jun 23, 2004 at 13:26
Toyotas use a module that performs other related functions and is quite pricey even 2nd hand It was cheaper for me to put in a button that worked the glow plugs than replace it. Why increase the glow time? if it is not starting properly it is usually because of other problems- faulty module stuffed glowplugs etc
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Reply By: GUPatrol - Wednesday, Jun 23, 2004 at 15:48

Wednesday, Jun 23, 2004 at 15:48
Bigroh,
The following was posted in the patrol forum...
Nissan fix procedure details follows.

Fix Procedure : 097 Date : 04/08/2003.
Title : UY61/Y61 TD42T Engine Misfire and Blowing Smoke after Cold
Start.
Introduction : In the event you are presented with a customer
complaining of Engine misfire and blowing smoke after cold start on
UY61/Y61 TD42T models, please follow this procedure outlined below.

Repair Procedure :
1. Test the vehicle at the cold start condition to confirm incidents.
2. If incident is confirmed, install the C/M kit. The C/M kit
consists of the following parts.
Parts name New Parts No Current Parts No
Glow Plugs 11065-VC700 11065 63G00/11065 31 N00
Loop patch harness 11080-VC200AU
3. Replace all glow plugs with C/M ones(described above)
4. Disconnect glow resister on the intake manifold.
5. Disonnect glow resister harness as shown in below photo, resister
is no longer required(cutoff hard aginst the glow resister)
6. Apply sikaflex to the resister to cover the cut wire area as below
photo (cover the exposed wires on the top of the glow resister).
7. Connect loop patch harness in order to by-pass the resister
circuit.
8. Attach the loop Patch connector to the bracket where the resister
connector was installed.
9. Test and confirm operation of Quick Glow system.

(Note the Loop Patch is simple to contact the two terminals. I would
think that you could use the plug from the unused glow resister that
you cut off anyway.)

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Follow Up By: Member - Roachie- Wednesday, Jun 23, 2004 at 16:02

Wednesday, Jun 23, 2004 at 16:02
G'day GUPatrol,

Thankx for that timely info.......My 2000 4.2T/D has been playing hard-to-start lately also and I've meaning to do a search on here, cos I reckon this subject was discussed a week or 2 ago as well.

I wonder how much Mr Nissan will screw me for the C/M kit?

Thanx again
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