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if a colder sark plug or a hotter spark plug shoud be used

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if a colder sark plug or a hotter spark plug shoud be used on a vehicle fuelled with LPG.

At least ONE of the topics listed on the activity sheet
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Car
Expert:  Greg replied 5 years ago.
Hi welcome to JA.com.I will answer your question the best I can,

What is it that you need to know, which plug is best used on a car with LPG?

Regards Greg
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
yeah just what type cold or hot?` and At least ONE of the topics listed on the activity sheet

 

Expert:  Greg replied 5 years ago.
hi.

NGK have recently around 2007 released 2 plugs which are designed to work more efficiently and last longer for LPG applications.

The plugs feature a platinum chip in the ground electrode and a fine wire Iridium centre electrode.

The thread and other metal parts are plated differently to reduce the possibility of a negative reaction to LPG. (No more misfiring)

Part numbers are BKR6EIX-LPG and BPR6EIX-LPG, These will cover a large percentage of Australian cars

Kind regards Greg