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They maybe be factory recommended, however i'm sure you can find compatible plugs besides what is recommended as long as there is no problem of warrenty issues

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1995-1997 HONDA FOURTRAX 300 SPARK PLUG APPLICATIONS AND GAP


1995-1997 HONDA FOURTRAX 300 TRX300 & TRX300FW
SPARK PLUG APPLICATIONS & GAP

Only have specs on the 95-97 in front of me. Will update with entire 88-00 info as soon as possible.


GAP: 0.8-0.9 MM - 0.031-0.035 IN

STANDARD RIDING:
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Where on the distributor do I set rotobrush for engine to start on di Mitsubishi 1997 pajero after both camshaft crankshaft timing as set?


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What lead goes to what spark plug on nj pajero dohc as only 3 leads


your engine should be 6G76 V6

number one cylinder is closest to the timing belt

With the plug out and finger over the plug hole while turning the motor clockwise ...number one cylinder will be the only cylinder coming to compression at Top dead Centre

on the dissy The firing order is 1-2-3-4-5-6,

with rotor to number one when it is at Top Dead Center

the heads wont be 123 on one bank and 456 on the other
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Spark plug cable is broken. The wire in the cable is still attached to the spark plug. I've tried pulling it but it is very tightly attached to the spark plug. I cannot find the appropriate socket...


Get a suitable pair of plyers, grip the plug wire where it is thick, on the jacket that is on the plug, and pull hard. Maybe twist a little, but not sideways, as you risk breaking the plug. It should come off.
What may happen is that you will get all the rubber, and the metal locking tap will stay on the plug. Then use a pair of needlenose plyers to remove it.

The plug size is usually a 13/16 or a 5/8.

Don't really worry if you break the ceramic part of the plug, you can just remove what is left with the socket, and put in a new plug.

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What is the firing order for spark plugs on a 2006 Pontiac Vibe?


1.8L (LNK)Firing Order
1-3-4-2

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18 N·m
13 lb ft

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0.040-0.051 in

Spark Plug Type
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Spark Plug Torque
25 N·m
18 lb ft

Spark Plug Gap
1.0-1.2 mm
0.040-0.048 in

Spark Plug Type
SR16R11 DENSO
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