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Old 07-23-2010, 12:05 PM   #1
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Talking New Plugs Are In

just put the Autolite Ap plugs in .Old ones were NGK and electrodes were wore down gaps were about 0.070 so should get better milage now.No oil on the plugs just a brownish color.What a joy to work on my first time easy job no problems.Wasn't running too bad may be a little run on . I'd like to post some pictures how is that done?

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Old 07-23-2010, 12:27 PM   #2
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Welcome to the Forum! I'm doing plugs tomorrow, must be something in the air, lol!

Here's how to post pics.

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Just a note, what year? The distributorless less ignition if that is what you have, really likes APP which is double platinum.
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Just a note, what year? The distributorless less ignition if that is what you have, really likes APP which is double platinum.
You are correct and from his Profile, he has a 2004 which requires the double-platinum when you want platinum tipped plugs. The AP-985 would not be the correct plug for his 2004 but the APP-985 woud be.
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