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Old 12-13-2002, 08:26 PM   #1
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Default Which way do the crush washers go on Delco spark plugs for '86 alum heads?

There is a washer that comes with the plug that is larger in diameter on one side. Is there a certain direction it should go? On the old plug, it is the same diameter once the washer gets "crushed". Anyone know?
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C'mon, guys, this should be an easy one...
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I dunno, I assumed when they came out of the box that the washer was already on the plug in the right direction. Thats how I installed them.
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Mine didn't. They are all loose in the boxes. Oh well, if it were that important I guess they would either put them on or provide instructions. I think I'll put the smaller side against the cylinder head.
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I think I'll put the smaller side against the cylinder head.
That is what I always do, I figure it seats into the plug boss on the head better that way.
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Thanks, Scorp. I knew I could count on you to help! :cool:
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