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Old 07-22-2003, 10:20 PM   #1
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Can you all reccomend some good Platinum Spark Plugs to go with? I've heard nightmares about Bosch. Thanks!

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AC-Delco 41-932 plugs are the perfect plugs for the stock or lightly modded L67. They are the same as stock plugs only 1 heat range cooler. I think the number was changed a little while ago but if you give that number to Autozone or Advance or whatever they should be able to give you the correct plug. These plugs work wonders.
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I'll check and see if PepBoys or Autozone has those platinum Delcos...thanks!

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Delco or NGK'* should suit you just fine.
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Never buy Bosch. They burned up in my Bonny after 3 week of use, and caused my caravan to almost stop running completely after 6 months of use. Worse plug I have ever used. I now use AC Delco Rapidfires, really good plugs!!
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I don't know what brand I got, but I do know I got the platinum baby!
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What do you guys recommend for the 3800 N/A (on a 2002 SE) for plugs? OEM, or the AC-Delco 41-932'* as well?
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