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Old 04-17-2003, 07:00 PM
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my 190e 1.8 litre car is u.k spec.

it has h7dco plugs which are replaced every 12,000 miles as per the maintenance booklet.

i suppose that with a colder heat range plug such as the the h9dco in a bigger engine car such as yours ,the car is lower revving at higher speeds than a 1.8 litre car,then the plugs on your car should last longer.

the spark plug gap for my car is 0.8mm as per the bosch specification.
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Old 04-17-2003, 08:34 PM
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Re: vronsky

Originally posted by sunil190e-1.8

i suppose that with a colder heat range plug such as the the h9dco
Excuse me. A Bosch H 9 plug is 2 heatranges hotter than a Bosch H 7 plug.
2007 C 230 Sport.
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