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I'd use the type spark plug recommended by your owners manual, the manual may also give you the gap. There may be a decal under your hood that gives this info. Anywhere you buy sparks will have the gap in the info. For one ngk plug I looked at, it said .043in gap.
Different spark plugs manufacturers may have different gap recommendations.
gap size of what spark plugs.
if using the correct plugs ?
in USA< open the hood, look up , no down.
see that EPA sticker, with spark gap an plain view, even the spark plug numbers in some cases.
or read the FSM
or login to alldata. com
all anwsers USA< if not in USA then nows the time to fess up, huh>
as FORD does export cars. for sure. and are different. (vast)
for the most part there is a label under the hood you can also call your local parts store and they tell you give these websites a try www.alldatadiy.com and www.autozone.com wish you the best of luck Michigan Man