SD2x Glow plug information

SD diesels were widely available in the US in the 1981-86 Datsun/Nissan 720 pickups, and in Canada through '87 in the D21 pickup.

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SD2x Glow plug information

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Post by asavage » 13 years ago

The SD engines' GPs are 10mm dia. on the head end, and 4mm on the terminal end. Some mfgrs supply plain 4mm terminal nuts (usually 7mm across the flats) and a spring washer, others supply a flanged nut, and still others a knurled OD nut that is larger overall.
Manufacturer      Part No.         MY Range      Remarks         Voltage 
Nissan            11065-31W02     1981-83 SD22 
                  11065-29W00     1983-1986.5 SD25
                  11065-10G00     SD25
Beck/Arnley       176-1034        1981-82 SD22   (no listing for 1983 SD22) 
Beck/Arnley       176-1040        1983-85 SD25   (5)
NGK               1232 (Y-112TS)  1981-83 SD22   QGS Type (3)          11v
NGK               1132 (Y112RS-1) 1983-86 SD25   QGS Type(3)           12v
NGK               ???? (Y705RS)   ??????? SD25                         11v
Note 3: (from NGK)
NGK wrote: Quick-start type

Quick-start type glow plugs are a type of sheathed glow plug that have a heating curve whose resistance changes with the temperature. The resistance is initially low so that plenty of current flows through the heating curve. The temperature increases faster than in standard plugs – and as a result the preheating time reduces.
Note 5: The BA catalog lists the older 176-1034 part for 1986, for 1984-5 they list 176-1040, and I think it likely that 176-1040 is the correct part for 1986 as well -- not 176-1034.
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Post by plenzen » 13 years ago

I guess you do not reccomend the use of the Delphi GP for the quick glow systems?

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Post by asavage » 13 years ago

I need a web reference to add it to the list.

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Post by plenzen » 13 years ago

I will try and find a web site for them. I ordered them through GCL Fuel Systems in Calgary Alberta which are dealers for http://www.delphidiesel.com/lao_us.htm
I cant remember if they simply cross referenced the NGK's to Delphi or looked for specific application.. I also have a set of GPs here that have a Japanese symbol of some sort on them and simply 3Z stamped onto the body of them. They are rated at 11.0 V and am not certain where my dad got them. I also have a set of NGK Y705RS (8672) plugs that are also rated at 11.0V. As mentioned earlier the Delphi ones are HDS283's and have that "Crayon" type tip to them. I have had them in there for 2 years now and so far so good. I will continue to try and find a cross reference list. I had a full set of the Y-112Rs! ( 1132) but 2 of them blew up and that is why I got the Delphi's.

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Post by dc1184 » 7 years ago

I got my hands on some new glow plugs, made in Japan, brand is HKT.

I had 2 that were non-functional, so I picked up these 4 new ones for about $15/each.

anyone have any experience with these? On the glow plug itself is stamped "Japan HKT PN-123 11v"

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Post by plenzen » 7 years ago

Nope

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