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Torque and Gaping

I just bought some new iridium plugs for my 3.7 L motor in my 2005 Dodge Dakota. I wanted to find the proper torque on the plugs and determine the proper gap for each plug.

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The gap should be .040, and the torque spec should be 20 lbs/in

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