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Recommended gap is .044

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There should be a sticker somewhere under the hood with that info...As far as I can remember its 35 thousandths.

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SOURCE: where are the spark plugs for 2006 jeep wrangler

in the cylinder head under the ignition coils that are over each plug, remove the coil to access the spark plug (one coil for each plug)..

Posted on Dec 06, 2009

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