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I posted on Jan 12 that the glow plugs on my Fiat were flashing off and on. I took it to Station Garage in Belper Derbys for them to remove the glow plugs but they were stuck fast. 2 snapped on removal so all have been replaced and all ok now. They did a first class job so I am well pleased.
 

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Glad it's fixed. What do you mean by snapped? How did they remove them?

EDIT good old Utoob. How much did this cost all told?
 
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Sorry for the delay in replying I have man flu! Not sure how they were removed but 2 of them were broken
about half way down. All 4 were replaced at a cost of just over £400.

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Ouch.......

OE glow plugs approx £25 each
Lucas plugs approx £32 per pack of 4.
NGK plugs around same as Lucas.
i doubt they wuld use genuine OE plugs if it isnt a main dealer.

£300+ to remove broken ones and replace....

Glzza job, i can do that.
 

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