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Re: Don't Recommend NGK. What???? (archive)

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Posted by Jordan on January 17, 2002 at 13:50:01:

In Reply to: Don't Recommend NGK posted by BEAM on January 16, 2002 at 12:56:49:

The NGK plugs are fine. Actually foul less than the Bosch X5DC. Just don't use Platnum plugs.
Please don't pass on rumor regarding areas which you are not directly knowledgable. Explain to me how a BRAND of plug can mess with the timming/ignition?

Jordan

NGK D7EA

I just bought a set of NGK plugs and the socket in the trunk didn't fit and the Hazet socket I had which is the dealer socket didn't fit both were too small. What do you guys use to put in these plugs. TIA John


John, I don't recommend NGK plugs...I've heard they may cause timing/ignition problems. Stick to BOSCH always. Good luck.





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