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Need gap for spark plugs and points o airco super hornet welder 1966 mazda gl 4 cylinder

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SOURCE: need gapping info for toyota corolla AE-91 1.5l japanese domestic

The correct spark plug gap for the 1.5 litre engine is .032"

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SOURCE: Spark Plug Gap settings

ACDELCO Part # 41103
SPARK PLUG .043 GAP

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check the ignition coil power source...get a test light & check for power with the key on @ the positive side of the coil...if it does have power have a friend crank the engine over & check the negative side for a flashing light..if it does then make sure you have spark @ the coil if not replace the coil

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LOOK UNDER THE HOOD, SEARCH AROUND AND YOU WILL SEE A WHITE STICKER WITH THE ENGINE FAMILY/DISPLACEMENT AND ON THE BOTTOM OF THE STICKER THE MANUFACTURER GIVES YOU THE SPARK PLUG GAP. HOPE THIS HELPS. LET ME KNOW. GOOD LUCK

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