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Whats the Plug gap for 1984 ford 6 cylinder truck?

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2008-03-07 18:22:27
2008-03-07 18:22:27

THIS ANSWER IS FROM THE HAYNES REPAIR MANUAL 1980 THRU 1996 FORD PICK-UPS AND BRONCOS .TUNE UP AND ROUTINE MAINTENANCE. ALL ENGIINES -0.044 INCH SPARK PLUG GAP HOPE THIS HELPS

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