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Have just purchased new Spark Plugs for our 1988 Mitsubishi Delic

Can you please advise the Gap required for the Spark Plugs

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  • onky996 Nov 25, 2008

    We do not have an Owners Manual. Can you advise please

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The proper gap should be listed in your owners manuel

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  • Robert Artiaco Nov 25, 2008

    between .035 and .040

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