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This is the gap between the inner electrode on the end of the plug and the metal part near the electrode attached to the plug housing. There are many different versions of plugs, but this is the most common, and the plug and plug gap must be correct for the engine in which it is installed. In most cases, this gap is set correctly at the factory and may only need to be checked, not changed.
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electrode and center electrode. The gap must be set correctly to ensure
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