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grady

grady 11/12/2012

2006 Kia Spectra SX 4 Cyl 2.0L

Preventive Maintenance

why i can not find spark plugs that came in car

my car came with spark plugs #rc10pypb4 i cannot
find them anywhere. what type should i replace them with

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Jimm

Jimm 11/12/2012

Any of these spark plugs listed below will work for your vehicle and application
(source: www.RockAuto.com)

AUTOLITE Part # 3923 Gap .044

BOSCH Part # 7556 {#FR7DCX} SUPER; GAP=0.044"

BOSCH Part # 7956 SUPER PLUS; GAP=0.044"

Denso Part # 3191 {#K16PRU}
DENSO Part # 3143 {#K16PRL11} Gap 0.044

ACDELCO Part # 41629 {#05614286, 88901233} Standard Plug; .044 Gap

NGK Part # 2382 {#BKR5ES11} Standard; gap = .044
NGK Part # 6953 {#BKR5E11} V-Power; gap = 0.44

CHAMPION Part # 346 {#RC10YC4} Copper Plus gap = .044

MOTORCRAFT Part # SP467 {#AGSP32FF4, AGSP32FPF6, SAE812RM}; gap = 0.44"

Platinum type

DENSO Part # 4503 {#PK16TT} Platinum TT Plug - Twin-Tip design with Titanium Enhanced Ground Strap; Gap 0.040

AUTOLITE Part # AP3923; Gap .044

CHAMPION Part # 3346; gap = .044

NGK Part # 7090 {#BKR5EGP} G-Power; gap = .044

BOSCH Part # 4001 {#4201, FR7DPX} PLATINUM PLUS; gap = 0.044"

MOTORCRAFT Part # SP497 {#AGSP32FMF6} Finewire Platinum; Gap: .044

BOSCH Part # 4417 PLATINUM+4; Do not gap. Gap is not adjustable.

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