That box (the convenience module) has nothing to do with the glow plug light.
TDD is right, push in on the relay to make sure it's seated. I've seen quite a few that come loose, especially when the fuse box isn't put back right and is tilted down.
Steve is also right in that the early black...
Exactly, Steve. I've freed up a number of turbo wastegates with great success, and there was nothing wrong with the actuator. The turbos just caked up from people shifting them at an rpm too low, coking it up.
Why pull it off in the first place, diagnose it and IF it's the issue, then correct it.
The memory code is usually the small hose inside the ECU needing to be changed. It's pretty common. Electrical cleaner is your friend.
Yep, stock chips but at least the ECU is a good one, which did come stock on the 1996 B4, after the recall that is.
I know there is one there, I'll have to head back and see what I can grab. They're only open when I'm at work though, and we're gone next weekend for Thanksgiving, but I'll go as soon as I can. How soon do you need it? I may have one in my parts stash I can send and then replace it with the one...
1) Ignition switch. They’re a known weak point.
2) Convenience module behind the headlight switch. The main starter power wires go through this and I’ve had them fail before. A common mod is to tie these two together, bypassing the module.
3) Ground on starter and/or battery.
4) Starter solenoid.
Not normal at all Could be bushings, swaybar end links, or struts. Hard to pinpoint without looking into it more. One of the things I loved was how my B4 would corner like it's on rails and be absolutely glued to the road. My B4V is now pretty tight but needs the swaybar links replaced.