|Product Dimensions||11.05 x 5.69 x 5.28 cm; 40 Grams|
|Item model number||3951|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer part number||3951|
|OEM part number||NGK 3951 Candela d'Accensione|
|Cover Included||NGK TR55 V-Power Spark Plug|
|Item Weight||40 g|
|Country of origin||Japan|
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NGK TR55 V-Power Spark Plug
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|Top material type||Metal|
About this item
- 45 degree V-Power center electrode increases anti-fouling characteristics and performance
- Increased fuel economy and lower emissions
- Lowers ignition system voltage requirements
- Greater ignitability and performance over conventional spark plugs
- Trivalent metal plating has superior anti-corrosion and anti-seizing properties
- Designed to operate over a much wider heat range than ordinary plugs
- Resists carbon buildup and pre-ignition
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- Media: Automotive
- Item Quantity: 1
NGK Spark Plugs are designed to operate over a much wider heat range than ordinary plugs. They resist carbon buildup and pre-ignition. Each features high alumina ceramics for better heat transfer and electrical insulation. A patented triple gasket sealing process eliminates the possibility of combustion gas leakage, and a longer insulator nose prevents fouling and misfiring. A solid copper core and its nickel tipped electrode provide a longer plus life.
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I tried a few other things but eventually gave up and took the car into the shop. The first thing the mechanic did was check the plugs. ALL of them were out of gap. Some were too close, some too open.
It's my fault for assuming they were correctly gapped without first checking, but if you aren't going to gap the plugs, why ask what gap setting we require?
Good plugs though.
It was dirty injectors, by the way...still, the plugs are good now for the balance of the car's life.