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Old 01-28-2012, 10:59 AM
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What's the proper gap for plugs on '98 Cabrio?
 
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What's the proper gap for plugs on '98 Cabrio?
Which Cabrio as they fit different engines 1.6, 1.8, 2.0?

2.0:
Spark plugs Make: NGK
Spark plug Type: BUR6ET
Electrode gap mm: 0,8

Spark plugs Make: Beru
Spark plug Type: 14GH-7DTUR
Electrode gap mm: 0,8

Spark plugs Make: Bosch
Spark plug Type: W7LTCR
Electrode gap mm: 1,0

1.8:
Spark plugs Make: NGK
Spark plug Type: BUR5ET
Electrode gap mm: 0,8

Spark plugs Make: Bosch
Spark plug Type: W8DTC 9.93-=W8LTCR
Electrode gap mm: 0,8 9.93-=1,0

Spark plugs Make: Champion
Spark plug Type: N9BYC4
Electrode gap mm: 1,0

1.6:
Spark plugs Make: NGK
Spark plug Type: BUR5ET
Electrode gap mm: 0,8

Spark plugs Make: Beru
Spark plug Type: 14FGH-7DTURX
Electrode gap mm: 1,1

Spark plugs Make: Champion
Spark plug Type: N7BYC
Electrode gap mm: 0,8
 
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