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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Typically that vehicle would need about .043. However, use NGK plugs and do not drop them, and they will be gapped correctly...
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
yes, on the V engines, it can vary.
in school they say
"look from top of motor, see the cylinder that is more forward
that is on FWD car forward is to right, strut.
on is most forward on all V engines. that be #1"
login to alldata.com its all there, just look
or buy the fsm or
read these. (no v6 data , i think but is free)
sorry for so slow response.
not reading the book (FSM) invites huge errors. with all cam belts.
they are tricky , as a class.
its and interference engine and guessing can be tad expensive... BOOM
Posted on Dec 11, 2013
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