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On a 1993 Plymoth Voyager, what do i need to gap the spark plugs to?

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4 cyl. / 2.5 liter: 0.9 mm (.035")

6 cyl. / 3.0 liter: 1.0 mm (.040")

6 cyl./ 3.3 liter: 1.3 mm (.050")

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