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2.7 spark plugs

Old 01-09-2019, 07:04 PM
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2.7 spark plugs

Odd question, but will the spark plug from my 22re swap over to my 2.7? Just picked up a 2.7 with a miss, and I have a set of spark plugs for my 22re sitting in the shop. Thanks
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Dont you have a way to check specs in your shop? That member with the magic answer might be wondering this as well.
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They're the same physical size, but I think the heat ranges are different. There are plenty of cross-references online. You can also spot an ignition misfire with a timing light if the 2.7 is a distributor model.
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