Did you get the same ole kinda plugs you had?
Sometimes taking the auto guys advice and using the 'super dooper made in heaven' plugs just don't work out. I've seen folks get those types with the "needle" type electrode plugs, attempt to gap them, but wind up gnarling up the dainty electrode.
The auto parts stores can read your codes, usually a free service. Write down the actual code numbers (not meanings) They will be the most helpful thing everyone has been asking for.
Saturday, July 2nd, 2016 AT 5:43 AM