.050 should do it for you. I have a replacement hood and no manual. Call the parts store - they are happy to quickly look it up for you. If you installed the plugs and have to re-adjust the gapping because it is running rough, you should be ok to use the same new plugs, just don't over tighten. Doug Bowman '96 Chrysler Intrepid w 308,000 km. :( sorry there doug but you are way off. your answer will most likely burn up someone's coil pack, wires and/or plugs not to mention bad performance at higher rpm's. the correct gap is (.035)". (.015)" extra gap will make a mess of an otherwise good tune-up. Folks, most plugs come from the factory pre-gapped. Simply check all the plugs and if they are consistently the same then most likely you have the correct gap for a stock engine providing you have the right plugs.
There are no plug wires. The Intrepid has a coil on plug system.
The spark plug gap on a 1996 Chrysler Town and Country is .050 inch.
With a Spark plug gap tool :)
Each cylinder has its own coil mounted on the top of each spark plug boot
The spark plug gap for a 2000 Dodge Intrepid measures .050 inches. This is the equivalent of 1.2 to 1.3 mm.
The plug gap for the 97 intrepid 3.5 is .035.
When changing out the spark plugs of a car, maintaining the gap is important to help the car run correctly. For a 1993 Dodge Intrepid the spark plug gap is 0.04 millimeters.
An O2 sensor unscrews just like a spark plug.
If a 1996 Dodge Intrepid is jerking while idling and in motion the spark plug wires and spark plugs should be checked. Regular maintenance of the vehicle should be scheduled with a mechanic.
The spark plug gap is .050 inch.
The spark plug gap on a 2003 Chrysler PT Cruiser with turbo is between .40 and .50. The difference is in the type of plug used.
It has spark plugs, plug wires, and a distributor.
The 1996 GMC Sierra six-cylinder spark plug gap, is .009. Most spark plugs are pre-gapped by the spark plug manufacturer.
You need a spark plug socket with a rubber grip inside to lift the plug out.
The spark plug gap for a 1997 Chrysler Sebring is .044 inches. Spark plugs now come preset, however, so manually setting the gap is unnecessary.
.096 is the spark plug gap
you need to pull the intake plenum