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Old 11 Oct 2007, 09:44 pm
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Default Sparkplugs for 04

I am a newbe to this forum and it seems to be a great one from some of
the questions and answers that I have read. I have an 04 touring cruiser
all stock, My question is what sparkplugs should I use? The repair manual
says not to use the platium plugs. By reading on here it seems everyone
is using the platium plugs. Oh... it is the 2.4L
Can anyone help me on this?
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Old 12 Oct 2007, 01:54 am
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Default Re: Sparkplugs for 04

Turbo or non turbo? You can use platinum plugs in a non turbo, but not in a turbo.
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Old 12 Oct 2007, 05:46 am
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Default Re: Sparkplugs for 04

Welcome to the Forum!!

Non turbo or NA (Natural Aspirated) can use any of the following: DP = Double Platinum DP 7550 - RE14LPS, 7032 (one range colder). When you replace your plugs use anti seize and torque to 13 foot lbs, gap at 0.40.

Also replace your plug wires using dialectric grease on both ends. Buy either Performance Plus from dealer of Crane from

Good Luck!!

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Old 12 Oct 2007, 02:50 pm
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Default Re: Sparkplugs for 04

Its non turbo
and thank you for the reply.
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