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if its a 6,then it has 6.if its a 8,then its got 8.if its a 4,then its got 4.
 
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You'll need 3.4 spark plugs. There should be an equal number of spark plugs for each litre in engine size.
 
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it will probably have 6...go to your local autoparts store and they will get you the right number and kind of spark plug your car requires.
 
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C'mon you're wasting electricity here!!! 6 plugs for a 6 cylinder engine!
 
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if you can't answer that yourself. back away from the car.
 
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if you can't answer that yourself. back away from the car.
 

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Use the correct plug.

Check under the hood for the sticker that tells you about the cars compliance to the manufactered year emmisions control. You will find out what sparkplug the Chevy Dealer put in. Use only this plug and nothing else. My friend whom worked for Chevrolet had untold number of cars that were brought in after the owners did their own tune-ups. The customers reported that the car was running weird, rough, ect at idle and did not have the acceration that it should. 9 times out of 10 the mechanics would pull a spark plug wire and see what plug was installed. Those 9 times they would reinstall the plugs that origonaly came in the car (new one of course) and problems were solved. The otherbrand plugs would fit but were the worng resistance for the ignition system the car was set up with. This is were the problems would come from.
 

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Dont forget the difference between the standard and the Halogen headlight fluid. Those lights heat up and the stuff just disappeares.
 

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muffler bearings smuffler bearings, everyone knows those are good for at least 200k miles.
The bearings might last that long but not the muffler belt, that needs to be changed every 80k, sooner if it slips.
 

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six -v6 4-4cycle 8-V8 12-12V 16-16V
my 12v engine needs 4 plugs, as it is a six cylinder, 2 valves per cylinder.
my 16v engine needs 8 plugs, as it is an eight cylinder, 2 valves per cylinder.
my wife's car with a 16v engine requires 4 plugs, as it is a 4 cylinder.

V6 - 6
V8 - 8
V10 - 10
V12 - 12
 

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I did like that one, but they forgot to also factor in how many
piston return springs are needed when you change out the plugs.

And, let's not even mention the muffler bearings :wink:

And headlight fluid...
... I always thought it was blinker fluid.
 
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