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D-17 series engines

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alliswd45

04-22-2008 19:10:23




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You know those D-17 226ci engines can really make a guy mad, series I, II, and III are basicaly the same, then the series IV is complitly different. but you wouldn't think that they would be that different. You would think that i could go to our local dealer to get some spark plugs for my eninge, ohh no!, apparently they had 2 different plugs, one for series 1-3 and one for series 4. anyone one else feel disgusted in that

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SuperCpuller

05-10-2008 13:42:52




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 Re: D-17 series engines in reply to alliswd45, 04-22-2008 19:10:23  
Not Really



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Jerry Coulter

04-23-2008 04:54:07




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 Re: D-17 series engines in reply to alliswd45, 04-22-2008 19:10:23  
Only thing I see in the AC service manual shows that at engine serial number 17-17293 they went from a 3/8" reach plug to 3/4". Then there is the heat range difference related to the type of use.



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