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Re: WC - Spark Plugs

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10-30-2012 12:35:13

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The C may make it a resister plug and if it has a mag which it most likely should have then yep could be your problem. Only way to make sure is check your spark when warm first off and make sure it is a blue/white and jumps a 1/4 inch gap or more. I would also check about a little bit hotter plug due to this poor gas we have now days and also check which one of the auto lite brand would be a swap since the champ plug any more are not all that good

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Tom R S

10-31-2012 08:42:55

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 Re: WC - Spark Plugs in reply to old, 10-30-2012 12:35:13  
I"d like to try a hotter plug. How do I know what number plug to get or is this a question for the NAPA folks?

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10-31-2012 08:47:12

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 Re: WC - Spark Plugs in reply to Tom R S, 10-31-2012 08:42:55  
On champion plugs most of the time if you have say a J8 if you go with say a J10 that is hotter. As with the auto lite if you have say a 286 and then go to say a 437 that is hotter. Auto lite uses a bigger number system then champ does

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Tom R S

10-31-2012 09:27:57

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 Re: WC - Spark Plugs in reply to old, 10-31-2012 08:47:12  
Thanks much - I'll be plug shopping soon.

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10-31-2012 10:06:59

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 Re: WC - Spark Plugs in reply to Tom R S, 10-31-2012 09:27:57  
If you can go with the auto lite brand of plug since the champions now days do not work well with the gas they have out.

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