Spark Plug Wire Set
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Driveworks Spark Plug Wire Set

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Driveworks wire sets are engineered according to OE specifications to assure the same true design, fit and quality of the OE wire.

Product Features:
  • 2 Year replacement on manufacturer defects
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Core Material:Suppression Core
Radio Noise Suppression:Yes
Universal:No
Wire Quantity:6

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DriveworksSpark Plug Wire Set
 
2.6

(based on 5 reviews)

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3.0

They do work / fit okay

By 

from Frederick, MD

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      Comments about Driveworks Spark Plug Wire Set:

      Had a mechanic install these. Okay quality for pcice on 2005 Ford Sport Trac V-6 was missing
      and engine light was blinking. Runs fine now.
      Not worried about hight quality on a 11 year old truck with 122000 miles.

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      3.0

      Just OK

      By 

      from Millerton, PA

      About Me Shade tree mechanic

      Pros

      • Cheap

      Cons

      • Average Quality

      Best Uses

      • Oem Replacement
      • Replacement

      Comments about Driveworks Spark Plug Wire Set:

      Put these on my 04 explorer today. Wires were of less quality than that of the OEM motorcraft. Did they do the job?, yes. Cheap, yes. Wires were not the same exact length of the OEM wire which led to extra wire coiling up in my engine bay. If your picky buy the NGK set...

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      1.0

      Quality Problems

      By 

      from Norristown, PA

      Comments about Driveworks Spark Plug Wire Set:

      2 out of 6 wires did not connect to the plugs. The connector was too far back inside to boot to snap on. I had to return for a set of Autolite wires.

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      1.0

      Waste of time buying these

      By 

      from Durham, NC

      About Me Casual Driver

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Price

      Cons

      • DID NOT FIT

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        Comments about Driveworks Spark Plug Wire Set:

        I had one wire that would fit all three spark plugs on the driver side. The other two that were supposed to go on that side wouldn't pop on anywhere no matter how I tried. Didn't even attempt the passenger side. Possibly defective since the new ones I bought (different brand) popped right on.

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        5.0

        2004 Explorer 4.6L

        By 

        from PA

        Verified Buyer

        Comments about Driveworks Spark Plug Wire Set:

        Exactly what you need

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        • Q:

          what is difference in stripped and un stripped chassis wires ?
          Asked on 12/27/2011 by Anonymous

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            A:

            Electrical power is transferred from the coils to the plugs using Spark Plug Wires. Stripped Spark Plug Wires are important because they transfer electrical power from the coils to your plugs. Stripped Spark Plug Wires are high-voltage wires that provide the electrical power to the plugs. Unstripped spark plug wires cannot withstand as much as stripped wires and could even get frayed, there may be a loss of electrical charge and your spark plugs won't spark correctly.

            Answered on 1/6/2012 by Vincent from AAP
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