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Old 08-01-2004, 06:13 PM   #11
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i have some of those labels just not the one that says spark plug gap or belt routing (as it was suggested there should be earlier.

Hey Rogue or maybe SilverBullet2000 (sp?),

how about a pick of your radiator sitckers/cover.
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This is the Bullet. See the labels on the left side? Do you have those? It should say .060 somewhere on there, and also tell what type of O2 sensor you have on the same label.

http://www.williamwren.com/Bonnevill...umba/img23.htm
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Looks just like mine . . . on mine it only says stuff about the refridgerant, fan, and air bags.
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Looks just like mine . . . on mine it only says stuff about the refridgerant, fan, and air bags.
Thats all mine says too, if you look in your manual they have the spark gap in there.
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Old 08-02-2004, 01:59 PM   #15
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Having been under the hood all weekend, I can say that my 2000 doesn't have any labels for belt routing or spark plug gap.
I just put in NGK 55'* over the weekend and I gapped them at .060 based on what I thought I had read here. Looks like I'll be regapping them tonight.
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My experience with the TR55'* gapped at .060 only lasted 3 months. But I switched to TR6'*. I'm debating going back to the TR55'* with the water injection.
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The emmissions sticker for the '00+ is on the driver'* door. See if it says it there.


EDIT: Just went and looked an mine, and there is no gap specification on it, but it'* a Canadian sticker...
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