Question about Jeep Cars & Trucks
Most modern spark plug makers pre-gap the plug at the factory. As long as you have the correct spark plugs for your vehicle they won't need gapping.
Gap is listed as 0.044 inch, (1.1mm).
Posted on Oct 03, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The black engine cover just pops into place. Gently use both hands and place them under the front edge of the cover. Lift up and reach to the right rear corner of the cover and pop it up off the grommet stem. Do the same to the left rear. The plugs are on the REAR of the engine-the injectors on the front. Use the torx driver to remove the plug caps screw and gently twist a little and pull upwards. The plugs is a ways down. Make sue you use a good spark plug socket (the one with the rubber insert) that will grip the plug and not drop it. At a minimum use platinum tipped plugs. I touched the new ones up with some anti-seize lube on the threads and put a dab of die-electic grease in the plug wire tubes.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
The spark plug gap should be posted on the emissions sticker under the hood. The gap setting posted on the sticker is good for all brands and types of plugs for your vehicule
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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