.6 mm on all 2003 gmc model trucks according to my manual
Check the Vehicle Emissions Control Information ( VECI ) decal located in the front of the engine compartment ( it will show what type of spark plugs to use and the spark plug gap )
specification on gapping spark plugs for 2006 chevy cobalt
I believe that the gapping is .044" on this engine.
The gap for spark plugs in a 96 GMC sierra is .60
According to one of the Ford websites : For a 1993 Ford Aerostar , 4.0 liter V6 engine : ( the spark plugs are gapped at .054 inch )
Chrysler recommends using Champion spark plugs and gapping at 0.35 (in thousandths of an inch).
buy platinum tip spark plugs they dont need gapping
make sure the gapping on the plug is correct to what the vehicle needs
The standard gap for the Yamaha xs1100 is.032 for most plugs. However, the Iridium Plugs call for a gap of .044.
All iridium plugs never need gapping because they are 10 times harder than a platinum plug.
you can bye a gapping tool at your local auto parts store and they should also be able to tell you the gap which your spark plugs should be set. this tool should only cost you no more then 3.00$
According to all books it should be .44
follow the spark wires. four on each side of engine. they go right to the plugs.
0.060 - at least from plugs Napa sells. Other plugs may have different gap or have preset gapping
There are several different "Bosch" spark plugs that don't need to be gapped (actually gapping them will damage them) that are perfect for Ford Thunderbirds!!!
For the stock XP Iridium spark plugs the gapping is .051, I would suggest not changing the stock spark plugs until your warranty has expired. Mazda tried giving me crap for changing mine.
The 1996 GMC Sierra six-cylinder spark plug gap, is .009. Most spark plugs are pre-gapped by the spark plug manufacturer.
Check the Vehicle Emissions Control Information ( VECI ) decal located in the front of your engine compartment ( it will show the type of spark plugs to use and the spark plug gap )
If you are using platinum plugs, they should not require gapping. Use on what the manufacture has approved. You will get better service.
The spark plug gap, on your 1997 Nissan, is .007. Most spark plugs will come already pre-gapped and will not need any further attention.
According to one of Fords websites : For the 3.0 litre V6 engine in a 1994 Mercury Villager : ( the spark plugs are gapped at .032 inch )
The specified spark plug gapping for the 1992 Dodge Dakota with the 2.5L L4 is .035-inches. The Bosch OE Platinum part# is 8118. As in many modern replacement plugs they come already gapped from the factory,
ok 2.0 is .050 inch and the 2.5 is .054 inch gap