The spark plug gap for a 1985 B2000 Mazda with a 2.0 liter engine is .8 mm. This is equal to .031 inches.
the wiring order is 1342
The specs on NGK brand spark plugs for 1985-1993 BMW 535i lists the gap at 0.028. Hope that helps.
0.031 thousandths with spark plug gap tool or just plain 31 as I go by.
I have replaced the coil and distributor cap.
If getting no spark, it could be your spark plug wire is bad or your coil pack. say 3 and 6 getting no sparks, that means your coil pack is bad and you need to replace. if you getting no sparks after replacing new coil pack, it could be your ignition module.
It could be caused by not getting the spark plug boot on quite right after replacing the plug wires.
try replacing the spark plugs
Yes, I'm getting no spark on my roto tiller which is a Sears Brand with a Briggs/Straton motor. Does the machine have a magneedle and would that effect the spark?
Need to know if your getting spark at the plugs. Next if you are I would look at either timing, or fuel delivery problem, IE fuel pump, filter, ect. If not getting spark take coil wire off and see if you are getting spark there.
0.031 thousandths or just 31 plain and simple using a gap tool.
if oil is getting into spark plugs, this indicates that either the valve stem seals need replacing,or the oil rings on pistons are worn and need replacing. if valve stem seals are the problem ,the vehicle will really be blowing a lot of exhaust smoke to the extent sometimes that it will look like a smoke screen behind you
There is no benefit
I've had really good luck with the Bougicord brand, I believe that they are OEM.
not necessarily unless after replacing plugs your engine misfires.
.044 is the spec, i suggest use KNG spark plug brand .044 is the spec, i suggest use KNG spark plug brand
Pull the spark plug wires off the spark plugs. Remove the spark plugs with a spark plug socket. Install the new spark plugs and put the spark plug wires back on. I recomend replacing the spark plug wires as well. If replacing them, just remember that the new wires are hooked up the same ways that the old ones came off.
Not to tight just snug
.028 to .035 according to spark plug brand.
im not getting fire to the spark plugs but the distributor is getting fire what do i do please help
Look at the starter or the spark plug
what kind of car?