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Hi I would recommend replacing one plug and wire at a time that way you do not cross the firing order.
Make sure to follow the correct gap and application and torque specs for the plugs.
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So, since I don't have a gapping tool, can I use the Bosch +2 brand (which is non-gap) and be good to go? Thanks, Tim!
If you need the firing order for any reason here it is for future reference,
I also would recommend replacing the fuel filter as well.
Awesome. Very useful. So as far as knowing for certain I am using correct torque, I assume the is some other tool I'll need to use in determing that?
You can buy a small torque wrench and set it to 15lbs
15lbs isn't that tight
it's a snug fit
Also, I would recommend using an a/c delco plug fitted for the application.
I have had problems with Bosch for no apparent reason
that is just my opinion
Bosch does have a plug that fits this vehicle.
: ) Yeah, sorta like the oil filter, not too tight, just right. LOL!
OK, I see a gapping tool is only about $1, so no biggie there. I think..... thanks to you and your knowledge, I can handle this task. I appreciate your time today, man.
Thanks good luck
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