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Old 10-31-2004, 02:55 PM
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Spark Plug Gap On 96 4.9 F150

What Is The Gap On The Plugs For A 96 4.9 Six Cyl F150

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Should be .042-.046
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Thanks, I'll use that setting.
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my brother was changing plugs on his harley and they had a gap range and he asked me why and i did not have an answer.

so, for best performance on truck which is better .042 or .046?

for fuel mileage?
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