Spark Plugs

Discussion in '1998 - 2011 Ford Ranger' started by 04.Ranger.Guy, May 14, 2009.

  1. 04.Ranger.Guy

    04.Ranger.Guy New Member

    Here is the thing, changing spark plugs on my 4.0L SOHC is really not fun to begin with but how do you know that your getting the best plugs for the time spent. Champion, Autolites, E3, ...... and so many other brands. With platinum, double platinum, copper cores, .....and so many models. Which one is really the best. It seems to me that a spark is a spark. What are your thoughts.
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  3. 04Ranga

    04Ranga New Member

    Well I just replaced my spark plugs and wires today actually....I went with NGK G-power Plugs and NGK wires to match, and it seems to have put a lil bit of pep back into my just an option

    PS-good luck on the #6 plug...its a bitch to get to! :thumbsup:
  4. 3nvy my ranger

    3nvy my ranger 3nvy this member

    i got some e3 in minex there pretty nice
  5. Rangerak

    Rangerak New Member

    Avoid Bosch they tend to burn up quickly with Ford's hot ignitions. I use Autolite double platinums and in my opinion are the best spark plug for the money. I have read that a lot of people have went with stock Motorcraft platinums. Those are the original OEM's that came in the engine from the factory.
  6. aridranger03

    aridranger03 New Member

    i put in the same plugs as you did but i did not get any wires,would it make much of a difference and roughly how much would wires cost?
  7. TBlech

    TBlech New Member

    Denso Iridium is the way I went in an 05 Subaru Impreza STi. The punishment that car puts on plugs didn't phase them a bit, our Fords couldn't possible do them damage!

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