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Old 24 Mar 2009, 01:32 am
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I ordered Champion Platinum from USA and was shipped #3570 I read somewhere it should be 4575 or 70 shoud I install the 3570 shipped or trash them and re order. Hate to install then have do it over--- Andy
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Old 24 Mar 2009, 06:28 am
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If your talking about Champion Double Platinum, the old number was #7440 which was replaced with #7570.

If there is Single Platinum, maybe your number is correct but the only plugs we've been talking about are the doubles.
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Old 24 Mar 2009, 10:36 am
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Cruzin,would you advise trash and re order or use them? Andy
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Old 24 Mar 2009, 12:21 pm
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I did some searching and what I found was from the SRT forums. They list the 3570 as a Single Platinum plug and the 7570 as the Double. If that's true, you can use the 3570 BUT, I just read this (below) and it says not to use Single Platinum plugs in a "waste spark" DIS ignition system (which is what we have because we have a double coil and 4 cylinders therefore a spark is wasted. So, I would take them back and get the Double Platinum #7570.

Don't Use Standard or Single Platinum Spark Plugs with Waste Spark DIS Ignition Systems
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Thank you so much I am not good enough with computers to look things up--Andy
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