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Old 09-21-2008, 03:39 AM   #1
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Hye,

Your favorit frenchie has got a new question

I want to change my spark plugs, i've got the origin reference (Motorcraft AGSF-24FM) but i can't find them in France.
Can somebody give me reference for other brands (Bosch, champion NGK etc...)

Difficult question, no ?

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Old 09-21-2008, 06:48 AM   #2
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Hi Frenchmen... Sweden here..

Why do you want to change the plugs? They are't supposed to be changed until after 100 000 miles.. but you may have a good reason.

The only plugs i found is Bosch. Look here!
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Old 09-21-2008, 10:58 AM   #3
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The E3's are awesome I have them, on a bone stock C5 they produced 9HP.
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The E3's are awesome I have them, on a bone stock C5 they produced 9HP.

OK educate me. What brand is the E3's????
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I use standard Autolites in everything I drive. They're cheap, and easy to come by. They don't last as long as the fancy/expensive platinum and iridium plugs, so you do have to change them more often, like every 40K miles or so.

That would be Autolite 5143.

Go to www.sparkplugs.com for other choices, and have whatever you want shipped to your doorstep.
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Old 09-21-2008, 01:07 PM   #6
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Thanks men ! I'll see that
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i only use autolite 5143's. cheap and a great plug.
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The E3's are awesome I have them, on a bone stock C5 they produced 9HP.
i doubt it, maybe if one plug was fried and it was running on 7 cylenders it picked up 9 HP, but no more air in/out of the motor = no more power

just use autolight stock replacements, do NOT use bosch or champion unless you like your CEL light and misfireing.
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Idk what the number is but when i change mine, NGK for shure
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