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I have a 2001 Dodge Stratus and awhile ago I switched the plugs to a Autolite plug. Then I decided there might a problem and went back to the Champion plugs.


I believe the factory originals are champion brand, and would have been platinum, but it should still run decent with the coppers. The only thing I can think of is they are of the wrong gap. Copper plugs do not come pre- gapped at all and need to be done by installer. The gap for your stratus, if it's a 4 cylinder is .050. Wrong gap will cause no power and shaking. Correct champion number in copper is #443, and should say that on the box/plug.

Jan 15, 2017 | 2001 Dodge Stratus

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What's the best spark plugs to put in a 99 ford expedition 4.6


Hello Jordan, I use only Autolite or Motorcraft spark plugs in Ford products. I like the Double Platnum grade.

Nov 01, 2015 | Ford Cars & Trucks

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Gap for 2008 bmw 750l1


You do not gap BMW plugs, they are pre-gapped when new. If the corners are rounded off, you need new plugs.

Oct 27, 2015 | BMW Cars & Trucks

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Sparkplug gap 97 chevy silverado 350 vortec autolite platinum plugs


.060 (In thousandths of an inch)Caution! Gap is not adjustable on certain plug brands.060 (in thousandths of an inch) CAUTION ! GAP IS NOT ADJUSTABLE ON CERTON PLUG BRANDS.check them if new or used before using.withh a gap tool.

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What is the gap for autolite spark plugs, for a ford bronco 5.8L


You should always use the sticker under the hood of your vehicle. If for some reason your says .052-.056, then that is what you use. The stickers on the truck will have the most specific info for that truck of anything. Autolites have a history of causing poor running for some reason. I've never used them

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Replacement spark plugs for 1.5l Civic. (head has been sent for reconditioning, plugs still in head)


As long is it isn't the vetec engine, if you are looking for part numbers the NGK number is 2477. The Bosch number is 4501, That's the ones I would use. Autolite makes a pretty good platnium plug part number AP5224. not sure if that's the info you wanted so I hope it helped anyway.

Feb 27, 2011 | 1995 Honda Civic

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1998 Sunfire 2.2 litre, pulled the old plugs out (AC Delco originals) and noticed the gap on all four to be between .40 and .42, I was getting phenomenal gas mileage, power and acceleration wasn't too bad....


If the AC plugs worked, I would stay with the them, and use the same gap. .060 gap is a lot, especially for an old ignition system. If you keep the Champions, gap them to .045. Personally, I never had any good luck with Champion plugs. I normally use only Autolite. The new Autolite Iridium gapped at .040 should make a big improvement as compared to the Champions.

Dec 20, 2010 | 1998 Pontiac Sunfire

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Need spark plug gap for 2000 jetta


usually all brands recoment use platinum NGKs
those plugs are all set to install.
autolite is not recomented

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