Correct spark plug?
cpcycle at earthlink.net
Tue Dec 13 04:09:21 EST 2005
I realize this will bring the wrath of Bernie, but I would replace the
14 yr. old wires.
If not pull them out and give them a really good going over.
91 200tq Avant
PeterBergin at aol.com wrote:
>Thanks for the response guys, I found a source for the correct plug in town
>(Minneapolis) for about $14. I will get a set tomorrow. My car has developed
>a miss (slight bucking) at midrange, that mostly disappears after a 30 minute
>drive. Last time I had a similar problem it was cracked porcelain on a plug.
>There are about 65k on the current set (correct plug). My only other concern
>is that I have 195k on the original wires. I did replace the cap and
>"correct" rotor about 50k ago.
>(Thinking about an All Road)
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