Plug gap is .040"
No, that's an indication of a problem.
The spark plugs in this car are on the side of the engine. They are seen after the engine cover is removed.
The firing order for a 1991 Isuzu Trooper 2.8 liter 6-cylinder is 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. The spark plug gap is .045 (in thousandths of an inch).
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 )
.6 mm on all 2003 gmc model trucks according to my manual
.044 for a 1997 model
I believe that it's just above the Front Right spark plug coil. It has a vacuum hose attached to it.
THE GAP IS 0.039 TO 0.043
should be .035
if engine has 4 plugs buy 4 if engine has 6 plugs buy six
specification on gapping spark plugs for 2006 chevy cobalt
Look under the hood and you will find a placard with this information listed. .42-.46 for 7.5L(460 ci)
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 )
Depends on the year. .035 or .040 in
.052 to .056 inch - my spark plug gapper has a .054 inch
I believe that the gapping is .044" on this engine.
the gapping is .060
there is no gapping needed
GAP AT .045 (IN THOUSANDTH OF AN INCH)
Chrysler recommends using Champion spark plugs and gapping at 0.35 (in thousandths of an inch).