Re: 740 spark plug replacement er bosch
I lied ,the other day I saw Bosch plugs 4 four AU $37.50 at super cheap
here in Melbourne .They had 4 earths and a small centre pointed in such a
way that they should maintain their gap for a long time ,100.000 KLMS I was
told .I used such plugs on an Alfa I once had they made a huge difference
..so I will see .By the way number one plug was a fair cow to get in right so
they havent changed their ways ,they still jamup in the treads .
"John Robertson" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I have had many cars with aluminium head and never had success with bosch
>plugs .I use anti seize because of my experience with bosch .I prefer NGK
>plugs because of this very reason .As this is over many cars and millions
>of miles it pays .Motor craft were good till they stopped making them in
> "Randy G." <frcn@DESPAMMOcncnet.com> wrote in message
>> Clay <email@example.com> wrote:
>>>Mungo "two sheds" Toadfoot wrote:
>>>> It might be common knowledge but I thought I'd share anyway...
>>>> I bought some new Bosch spark plugs for my 1989 2.3l 740 and three of
>>>> old plugs came out with hardly a problem, the fourth though, in number
>>>> cylinder, was tighter than a tight thing which had been tightened by
>>>> Mr.Universe's big brother.
>>>> I was able to undo it only about half a turn, then tighten it, then
>>>> it, then tighten it..... I sprayed penetrating oil on it several times
>>>> still only got it loosened about one whole turn in all before it locked
>>>> solid again. Becoming more and more worried about stripping the thread
>>>> consulted the source of all knowledge - the internet - and found that
>>>> running the engine for just a couple of minutes should expand the
>>>> alumin(i)um head sufficently to give slightly more space for the plug
>>>> to be
>>>> unscrewed, and.....it worked!!
>>>> There are few occasions in life when one is truly happy but this was
>>>> one of
>>>> them. I've taken many engines apart in the past so I knew what would
>>>> been involved if the plug thread had stripped.
>>>I'd have probably stripped it or broke it off before thinking about
>>>checking on line. ('cause I know *lots* about motors and stuff... I
>>>think to myself.)
>>>Don't forget the anti-seize on the new plugs.
>> It's another good reason not to use air tools to remove or replace
>> spark plugs!
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