Plymouth Workshop Manuals
Prowler V6-3.5L VIN G (1999)
Engine, Cooling and Exhaust > Engine > Tune-up and Engine Performance Checks > Spark Plug > Component Information > Testing and Inspection > Cold or Carbon Fouling > Page 1511
Spark plugs are designed to operate within a specific temperature range, called spark plug heat range. Variations in thickness and length of the
Determine if the spark plugs are the correct type, as specified on the VECI label, or if other operating conditions are causing engine overheating.
Fuel scavenger deposits may be either white or yellow. They may appear to be harmful, but are a normal condition caused by chemical additives in
Spark Plug Gap Measurement
SPARK PLUG GAP MEASUREMENT
Caution: The platinum pads can be damaged during the measurement of checking the gap if extreme care is not used.
Setting Spark Plug Electrode Gap
USE ONLY A TAPER GAP GAUGE.
Never force the gap gauge through the platinum pads. Only apply enough force until resistance is felt.
Never use a wire brush or spark plug cleaner machine to clean platinum spark plugs.
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