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Old 19 Jan 2010, 02:46 pm
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Default 90 degree vs straight plug ends

Any difference in fitment for spark plug wires if they have the 90 degree boot on the coil side?
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Old 19 Jan 2010, 07:12 pm
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Default Re: 90 degree vs straight plug ends

I've used both, they both work as long as they are long enough to reach the tips of the coil.
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Default Re: 90 degree vs straight plug ends

Thanks for the response. It's just that my local shop has a set with the 90 degrees for Dohc 1st gen neons/ 95-99 2.4' s
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Default Re: 90 degree vs straight plug ends

They fit like a glove
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