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Old 06-16-2000, 12:11 PM
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E320 124.032- 104.992 eng.
Which plug can I use without going to a plat. plug.
The manual calls for F9DC0
Bosch says to replace that# with F8DC-4,
but that is a plat. plug.
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Old 06-16-2000, 02:31 PM
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When the car calls for the copper...use the copper. Search the posts here (and archives) for platinum plugs. You will see a plethora of responses supporting this.

I had to get my Cu plugs from NAPA, since all the other auto places (Auto-Zone, PepBoys, etc) only carried the platinum replacements.

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Not sure about the rest of the U.S., but in California AutoZone is having a sale on Bosch copper core plugs. Picked mine up for the unbelievable price of .59 each. But a limit of 16, so no big stock piling allowed.

Changing the plats back to copper smoothed the idle considerably.

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The F8dc4 is what we use, it is not plat. It is the replacement for the f9dco.

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Old 06-17-2000, 01:47 AM
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Originally posted by Benzmac:
The F8dc4 is what we use, it is not plat. It is the replacement for the f9dco.




That is my understanding also, but every
part store I have gone to list these as platinum. Are the f8dc4's Bosch "Super" series ?
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