.052 to .056 inch - my spark plug gapper has a .054 inch
.044 for a 1997 model
Spark plug gap chevy ls blazer
THE GAP IS 0.039 TO 0.043
should be .035
There is no spark plug cap located on the 1993 Chevy Blazer. The spark plug gap for this vehicle varies depending on the type of spark plug that is used. The OEM spark plug gap for this year is 0.040.
Apparently it's less difficult when the car is on hoist.
Depends on the year. .035 or .040 in
the gapping is .060
there is no gapping needed
Could be a faulty spark plug or spark plug wire.
The spark plug gap is .060 thousandths of an inch. If you get the AC delco platinum do not gap them, it will damage the electrode. they do not require gapping.
According to the associated Hayne's manual, it's 0.043.
it should say on the sticker under the hood
0.035 plug gap
Depends upon your type of spark plug. Check with your retailer (atuo parts store) and they with have specs for the appropriate gapping
It will be the last spark plug on the rear of the passenger side of the engine.
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
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 )
According to all books it should be .44
Listed under the hood on a placard and in your owner's manual.