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Spark plug gapfor2006envoy


It would give the plug gap on the Vehicle Emission Control Information label (VECI label) that is pasted to the radiator support or under the hood. A long white sticker label, with emissions information for that particular vehicle. The spark plug gap is always listed there.

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What is the recommended spark plug for a 2000 2.4 litre grand am...? Thanks.


You could have asked me in the original post!

Originally posted by Rba007
Just wondering what the stock gapping is on a 2.4...
According to my '99 owner's manual & http://www.ngksparkplugs.com:

2.4L L4 engine= Gap: 0.050" (1.27mm)
3.4L V6 engine = Gap: 0.060" (1.52mm)


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For 2.4L L4 engine

My owners manual lists AC Type 41-942 (Platinum Plug) Gap: 0.050" (1.27mm).
But http://www.acdelco.com says AC Delco part # 41-942 spark plug, platinum plug is GAP .060" without RPO (RC9).

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Best kind if sparkplugs


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2000 Chevrolet Truck S10 P/U 4WD 4.3L SFI 6cylSPARK PLUG ASM
Part Number: 12
Product Notes:
[Rapidfire Spark Plug]; .060 GAP
Per Vehicle: 6; Years: 1996-2001

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Part Number: 41-993
Product Notes:
[Platinum Spark Plug]; .060 GAP
Per Vehicle: 6; Years: 1996-2002

From acdelco-catalog


Hope helps (remember to rate this answer).

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