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Old 12 Feb 2011, 04:49 am
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Hello I have a 2006 pt cruiser would you guys recomend msd performance spark plug wires and msd performance coil for this car??
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Old 12 Feb 2011, 04:58 am
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I have the MSD wires 8.5mm and they work great on my 06 n/a cruiser. The stock coil is more than suffient for output, unless you have a turbo. I used Champion double plats gap 0.40.
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Old 12 Feb 2011, 06:55 am
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X2. Leave the coil alone unless your having problems.
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For a non turbo PT Cruiser, what kind of spark plug wires you recommend and plugs. Mine is 03 with 103K miles.
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For a non turbo PT Cruiser, what kind of spark plug wires you recommend and plugs. Mine is 03 with 103K miles.

Has your timing belt been changed yet. If not, your running on borrowed time before it goes. Do that first.

Champion Double Platinum Plugs #7570 gapped at .040in and any wires except stock from Chrysler. MOPAR Performance blue plugs are good.

As to the question in your other post of getting performance from the Non-turbo PT, the best you can do is keep it tuned up. It's a CRUISER.
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here check this thread out. spark plug wires?????
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