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1996 chevy truck with 305 votec has r44ts spark plugs will that cause a mii fire and ck engine light on

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    is r44ts the right spark plugs for 1996 chevy truck

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When last tune up check distr cap inside for white hair cracks if you change plugs you should do cap rotor and plug wires make sure it resister type get good brands

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