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Euro Car Parts Bosch Platinum Spark Plugs Replacement

Euro car parts motorcraft champion platinum spark plugs replacement Euro car parts motorcraft champion platinum spark plug replacement SP-500 AGSF22FM is available to fit most automotive and many specialty application such as Ford. From motor oil to transmission assemblies and everything in......

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Euro car parts motorcraft champion platinum spark plugs replacement

Euro car parts motorcraft champion platinum spark plug replacement SP-500 AGSF22FM is available to fit most automotive and many specialty application such as Ford. From motor oil to transmission assemblies and everything in between,this spark plug provides exceptional quality and fit.It has undergone extensive laboratory and on-the-road testing.

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Product features of euro car parts motorcraft champion platinum spark plugs 

* Enhanced performance and increased durability. 

* 0.6 mm finewire design improves ignitability.

* Designed deliver quick starts, enhanced fuel economy and smooth acceleration. 

* 100,000-mile service interval.

* Nickel plated housing prevents oxidation and corrosion,heat crimping process ensures absolute gas-tight fit.


Specifications of euro car parts motorcraft champion platinum spark plugs:

Electrode Gap: 1.1 mm

Tightening Torque: 20 Nm

Tightening degree: 15 °

Outer Thread: 14 mm

Thread Pitch: 1.25 mm

Thread Length: 17.5 mm

Spanner size: 16

Spark Position: 4 mm


Detailed drawing of euro car parts motorcraft champion platinum spark plugs:

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Cross reference for euro car parts motorcraft champion platinum spark plugs:

Manufacturer

Model

Manufacturer

Model

BOSCH

HR6KII33X

MAGNETI MARELLI

1AMSP09608

MOTORCRAFT

AGSF 22 FM

MOTORCRAFT

AGSF 22 FM1

 

OE number of euro car parts motorcraft champion platinum spark plugs:

Brand

Number

Brand

Number

FORD

AGSF22WM

FORD

AGSF22F1

 

Applicable models of euro car parts motorcraft champion platinum spark plugs:

Model

Displacement

Power

Vat

Type

Year

FORD AUSTRALIA

FORD AUSTRALIA  EXPLORER (U_) 4.0 (UN, UP)

3998

119

6

Closed Off-Road Vehicle

1996-2001

FORD AUSTRALIA  EXPLORER (U_) 4.0 (UN, UP, UQ,   US)

4011

152

6

Closed Off-Road Vehicle

1996-2001

FORD AUSTRALIA  EXPLORER (U_) 4.0 (UT, UX, UZ)

4009

157

6

Closed Off-Road Vehicle

2001-2008

FORD AUSTRALIA  MUSTANG Convertible 5.4 V8

5408

355

8

Convertible

2006-

FORD AUSTRALIA  MUSTANG Coupe 5.4 V8

5408

355

8

Coupe

2006-

FORD USA

FORD USA  USA CROWN VICTORIA 4.6

4601

167

8

Saloon

1998-2011

FORD USA  USA CROWN VICTORIA 4.6 FlexFuel

4601

164

8

Saloon

2008-2011

FORD USA  USA ECOSPORT 2.0 XLT

1999

105

4

Closed Off-Road Vehicle

2002-

FORD USA  USA EXPEDITION 5.4 4x4

5403

191

8

Closed Off-Road Vehicle

1996-2002

FORD USA  USA EXPLORER (U2) 4.0 V6 4WD

4011

152

6

Closed Off-Road Vehicle

1996-2001

FORD USA  USA EXPLORER (U2) 4.0 V6 4WD

4011

150

6

Closed Off-Road Vehicle

1998-2001

FORD USA  USA EXPLORER 4.0

4011

157

6

Closed Off-Road Vehicle

2001-

FORD USA  USA EXPLORER 4.0 4WD

4011

157

6

Closed Off-Road Vehicle

2001-

FORD USA  USA F-150 Extended Cab Pickup   5.4 BiFuel

5408

190

8

Pickup

1998-2003

FORD USA  USA F-150 Extended Cab Pickup   5.4 BiFuel 4WD

5408

190

8

Pickup

1998-2003

FORD USA  USA F-150 Standard Cab Pickup   5.4

5408

190

8

Pickup

1998-2003

FORD USA  USA F-150 Standard Cab Pickup   5.4 4WD

5408

190

8

Pickup

1998-2003

FORD USA  USA RANGER 4.0

3958

119

6

Pickup

1994-1997

FORD USA  USA RANGER Stripped Chassis 3.0

2982

115

6

Platform/Chassis

2002-2008

 

Why is quality so important for spark plugs?

If your owner’s manual calls for double platinum spark plugs, then those are the best ones you can use.  Never downgrade to single platinum spark plugs, they aren’t able to handle the waste spark in that particular DIS.   You can, however, upgrade to an iridium/platinum combo (an iridium electrode with a platinum-tipped side electrode). 

When getting or performing a tune-up on your car, or if you just want to improve your car’s performance, make sure you use high quality spark plugs. Poor or worn out spark plugs will misfire, cause your car to lose fuel efficiency, create exhaust issues, and cause your car to lose power or run poorly.  Continued misfire in your car’s engine will lead to an whole line of issues, so make sure you choose the best set that fits your needs. 

 

The advantages to work with us:

* Strict delivery time schedule according to the customer.

* Professional designer who can design poster to customers.

* Two large warehouses close to the port, easier to transport and the price of shipping cost very favorable.

FAQ:

Q: What's some good background spark plug information?

Materials: The three main types of spark plug materials are nickel alloy, iridium, and platinum. Copper can be used in the core all plugs. All ground electrodes are made of nickel. The use of Platinum and Iridium, which are stronger, allow for much finer CENTER electrodes (the ground electrode is still Nickel). These finer electrodes do not quench the flame core as much as a conventional style plug. This increases ignitability, therefore increasing HP. It's not a huge gain, but cylinder pressures are measurably higher. Platinum or iridium can be used as a thin pad which is laser welded on the ground electrode (the "J" strap), this serves to increase the life of the plug.

Heat Range: Heat range deals ONLY with the temperature of the insulator of the plug (the white part). We typically only care about the temperature of insulator, as that is what gets hot enough to pre-ignite, and consequently, that’s what gets measured. 

Gap: Gap has a lot to do with ignitability. The bigger the gap, the better combustion. HOWEVER, this comes at a cost. The bigger gap requires MORE voltage to spark, putting a much higher strain on your ignition system. With a turbo charged motor, the gap is usually smaller. This is due to the fact that higher cylinder pressures make it harder for the plug to fire, thereby increasing voltage requirements (this is why 2.5L NA is 0.044" gap and the 2.5L turbo is 0.030" gap). Can your ignition system handle the increased load?? Good question. 

Corrugations: Ever wonder why those ribs are on a spark plug? They serve to increase the dis-electric strength of the spark plug. The high voltages of modern ignition systems could cause an arc, known as flash-over, from the terminal of the plug to the metal shell of the plug. The corrugations essentially increase the surface distance from the tip to the ground of the plug. 

Multi Ground strap plugs: Ever wonder what good the multiple ground strap plugs, such as Bosch platinum +4, are good for? These plugs have a bit longer life and a higher fouling resistance. However, they can have a decrease in ignitability, reducing performance slightly.

Knocking and Pre-ignition: These are SEPERATE events. Knocking occurs when the combustion flame happens much too early, causing the flame front to "slap" the piston. Pre-igntion occurs when the spark plug (or something else in the cylinder) gets too hot and ignites the air/fuel mixture before the spark does. This can happen only a couple of degrees before the spark plug fires, so it is possible to have pre-ignition and not know it. Pre-ignition can, and usually does, eventually lead to knocking. 

Resistor (The "R" printed on the insulator): Many spark plugs have a special conductive glass seal between the center electrode and the terminal stud. This seal acts as a resistor in the plug which reduces the transmission of pulses of energy to the ignition cables. These pulses can cause Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) with electrical components in the car. For some newer cars, resistor plugs are required for effective communication between the plugs and the electronic ignition.

Radio Frequency Interference (RFI): When the spark plug creates a spark, a high frequency burst of energy is created. If this energy was to travel through the ignition wires, it could cause interference with other sensitive electronic devices, such as the radio or electronic control units. The resistor in the spark plug reduces this energy before it causes interference with other electrical components.

Fouling: Fouling occurs when a plug becomes contaminated with fuel, oil, or other contaminates that prevent the plug from generating a spark. Most plugs today are designed to reduce fouling and become self-cleaning when they reach 500 degrees Celsius. However, short trips, low speed driving, improper spark plug heat range (too cold), improper timing, or an oil leak in the combustion chamber can cause a spark plug to become fouled.

Bridging: Over time, contaminants can build on the surface of the spark plug if it does not reach self-cleaning temperature often. These buildups can grow between the electrodes until they are actually connected by a bridge of contaminants. This will often cause misfire.

Flashover: Occurs when the spark does not jump between the electrodes within the combustion chamber, but instead jumps between the metal shell and the terminal on top of the plug. This will always cause a misfire since the air/fuel mixture will not be ignited

Quenching: The purpose of a spark plug is to introduce enough heat into the combustion chamber to initiate a smooth burn of the air/fuel mixture. Quenching occurs when that heat generated by the spark is reabsorbed back into the ground electrode, the center electrode, and the ceramic insulation.


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