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Old 05-12-2007, 06:31 PM   #1
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Spark plug gap

What should the gap be set at for my 1993 wrangler 4.0(6 cylinder)? I was told 33-38 but that seems like to muck range. I was thinking like 35?

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Old 05-12-2007, 06:56 PM   #2
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35 i think.

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call up a local autozone and they can tell ya as well.
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call up a local autozone and they can tell ya as well.
Good idea but my the Autozone by me has a hand full of Dumb guys working there so I'll have to jus twait and see what the pros on here say. Thanks for the idea. Sad but the o'reillys are also kind of slow


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That's what I was thinking.
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if its any consolation, I just called my local one(used to work there and know that they are good guys) and my buddy Mike said it is .035".... its also the same for my other 4.0L's
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if its any consolation, I just called my local one(used to work there and know that they are good guys) and my buddy Mike said it is .035".... its also the same for my other 4.0L's
Thanks AzTJ, that's what I wanted to hear. Your lucky you have good guys working there.


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