spark plug gap?

smasher41

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hey guys, I got a 1998 Gt and im about to replace my spark plugs, what spark plug gap do i need to use?
(im going to use autolite plugs most likely)

thanks
 

19mustang95

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you should buy a Haynes manual, lots of stuff like that in there...i cant remember off the top of my heead though, and i have no clue where i put my haynes manual :rant:
 
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go with NGK TR55 they are pregapped to 55 I like 'em, but get a chilton manual anyway. They can save your ass.
 

phil_the_thrill

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yeah im pretty sure the haynes manual says .052-.054. i got one and read it in there one time but cant remember. almost positive thats it though
 

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I would get Motorcraft platinum spark plugs.
They will last longer and they don't have to be gapped
if your get platinums.I always ran Motorcraft spark
plugs in my mustang.
 

smasher41

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i have a haynes manual, but didnt see anything telling what gap size to use. :( ill look again.

My mechanic reccomended autolite copper for my mustang, thats why i was going to get those.
 

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If all fails, resort to the catalyst sticker under your hood. That has alot of good info including spark plug gap for your engine. O0
 

Pennywise2

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Alot of people I knew ran .052-.054 gap in their mustangs N/A
and had successful results.
 

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