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Old 02-09-2009, 07:34 PM
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what is the gap supposed to be at for a 98 gt. they are motocraft platinum plugs
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anybody kno or kno where i can find out
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I believe it is @ or around 0.052 inch...somebody please correct me if im wrong.
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Sorry, 0.054
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Sorry, 0.054
That's what it is for my 02' so sounds right. You could always call AutoZone. Even they can't mess that up.
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That's what it is for my 02' so sounds right. You could always call AutoZone. Even they can't mess that up.
I wouldn't bet on it...
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I used .054 on all of mine which I believe is what the factory uses too. Not 100% sure on that but I know I did use .054.
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Usually platinum plugs are already pre gapped. I would still check the gap though. And it is .054
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alright thanks guys and i checked they gap and they are pre gapped
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