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The spark plugs I'm taking off are factory where the ones I'm replacing them with are Autolite. What number on the autolite plug match the factory numbers....There is nothing on ...

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Just call O'reilly's and give them your engine type, model,year and the old plug'' number.
I just put the best Autolites in my Lincoln LS at 6.99 a plug (iridium XP).
Make sure to check the gap on every new plug. They're almost never consistent.
Gapping plugs must be done without chipping the ceramic or the fine tip. Be careful. don-ohio (:^)

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Look at the electrode on the end and if they match up then you have have the right ones

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