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    Glow Plug Loom Parts.

    Hello Folks,

    Needing new glow plugs, removal won't be an issue BUT the 'push fit' electrical connectors for the glow plug loom are brittle and broken on 4 out of 5. Without these the metal connectors will not stay 'put'...the loom itself functions perfectly though. Is it possible just to buy the plastic ends that actually grip the glow plugs separately??? Otherwise it will require the glow plug loom replacing? Any advice or info most appreciated...CHEEEERS in advance..
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