Question about Nissan Maxima
Well Buddy, this is what the book calls for:
Standard NGK PFR5G-11 Hot NGK PFR4G-11 Cold NGK PFR6G-11 Spark Plug Air Gap 0.039 - 0.043 in Spark Plug Torque 14 - 22 ft.lb
Spark Plug Type Spark Plug P/N Standard NGK PFR5G-11 Hot NGK PFR4G-11 Cold NGK PFR6G-11 Spark Plug Air Gap 0.039 - 0.043 in Spark Plug Torque For all plugs (normal; NGK PFR5G-11, Hot; NGK PFR4G-11, and Cold; NGK PFR6G-11) the air gap on these plugs range from 0.039 - 0.043 in. This is a "5 thousandths" variation, and won't effect noticibly, the performance if you go with a "happy-medium" of 0.041 in
Also note that the foot pounds of torque are:14 - 22 ft.lb
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