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Username Post: A education on Spark Plugs
technitom 
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02-23-12 04:08 PM - Post#2194353    
    In response to grumpyvette

OK Here's the plugs in order 1-8... They all smelled like fuel. Cylinders 1-6 had R45TS plugs and for some reason #7 & #8 had R44T plugs

















I know it was running rich, and looking at grumpyvette's guide the plugs, these look too cold or too rich, I'm thinking fuel fouled... and the gap looks too narrow...

What do you guys think?

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