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Old 01-12-2018, 03:26 PM   #57
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Thanks for posting that information. I will keep a copy of that for future reference.
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With all the valuable information that has been provided here I was able to repair my slow starting HDKAJ Onan QuietDiesel 7500 generator.
Here is what I have found.
Engine is Kubota D722.
Glow plugs part numbers are:
Onan 185-5421
NGK2649 (YE01)
Kumar Bros. KBEL102GP
Kubota 16851-65510

New glow plugs measure about 1.2 ohms.

Mine were original from 1998 and a little difficult to remove after they were unscrewed all the way with a 8MM deep well socket. Carbon buildup on the tips was excessive. Hope this information will help someone else. Total cost for me was $56.37 shipped from Kumar Bros. and I got them in 3 days.

Thanks for the info. Hope I don't have to use it, but it's good to know. I'll file it away.
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Thanks for the part numbers I have filled it away.
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