If you have no spark on the 1991 Subaru Legacy, you should check the spark plugs and spark plug wires for replacement. You should also check the battery and ignition for replacement.
The standard spark plug gap for a 1996 Subaru Impreza 2.2 L is 0.040. The gap is the distance between the tip of the spark plug and the electrode inside.
The spark plug gap for a 1998 Subaru Impreza/Legacy with the 2.5L DOHC engine is .044".
No there is not.
Follow any of the spark plug wires from the spark plug to the top of the engine and they all will meet at the coil pack
The gap on mine is .044. Its a 1990 Legacy. If this is not right somebody let me know.
The spark plug gap, for your 2000 Subaru 2.5 liter engine, is .007. Most spark plugs will be pre-gapped by the spark plug manufacturer.
Well... Hopefully, for your sake..there isn't any *It will cause a massive explosion*
Spark plug gap according to Champion Spark Plug applications list is .044
The 1996 GMC Sierra six-cylinder spark plug gap, is .009. Most spark plugs are pre-gapped by the spark plug manufacturer.
The spark plug gap for a 2007 Subaru Outback Touring Edition should be set at 1.016 mm. This is equal to .040 inches. A new spark plug will come pregapped and does not need to be adjusted any further.
.096 is the spark plug gap
They Should come Pre-gapped in the box. If you dropped one or something, measure one of the others from the box.
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The proper spark plug gap for a 1996 B2300 is .044. Some spark plugs will come pre-gapped and on some brands of spark plugs the gap is not adjustable.
The spark plug gap is .050 inch.
The spark plug gap for a 1996 Dodge Dakota is .035 inches.
If it is an automatic transmission, plug is on pan, 17mm bolt on left side of pan.
Should be a plug at the bottom or rear of radiator
For the non-turbo charged engine the specified spark plug gap is .039 to .043 inches.
0.035 plug gap