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  • iceclimber
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    Fish-a-Palooza wrote:
    FWIW I know this is old school but a GM motor gets AC Delco, A Ford gets Autolite, and Japanese gets NGK. I about had a heart attack when I removed factory installed Autolites from my wifes Subaru.
    Old school but smart school.

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  • Guest
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    FWIW I know this is old school but a GM motor gets AC Delco, A Ford gets Autolite, and Japanese gets NGK. I about had a heart attack when I removed factory installed Autolites from my wifes Subaru.

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  • Guest
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    I use NGK in about every thing I drive both boats, cars and snowmobiles. I have tried more expensive plugs but some worked no better and others had issues and I swapped them out before their time should have been up

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  • MDR3055
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    use a spark plug socket as they are padded to prevent any damage to the ceramic insulator.....

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  • Guest
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    NGK and 5/8" socket.

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    Guest started a topic Best spark plug-gctid372728

    Best spark plug-gctid372728

    Hey guys,

    Want to change plugs in my Contessa. It has a single Volvo 350. Can someone tell me what they use and what the socket size is used to remove and install?

    Thanks Brian.
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