Nickel Spark Plug (BKR6EKUB)
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Nickel Spark Plug (BKR6EKUB)
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NGK Nickel Spark Plug (BKR6EKUB)

Part No. 7969 Warranty Details  

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Corrugated ribs help prevent flashover; high dielectric strength; proper heat transfer; works to eliminate combustion gas leakage; enhanced spark and heat transfer; improved anti-fouling; corrosion resistance.

Product Features:
  • Triple gasket-sealing process virtually eliminates gas leakage past the shell
  • 99% highly pure alumina silicate insulator enables use of longer insulator noses to reduce fouling
  • 3-step trivalent-plating process uses silver chromate and zinc for enhanced corrosion resistance
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Center Electrode Core Material:Copper Core
Center Electrode Tip Material:Nickel
Electrode Core Material:nickel
Electrode Tip Material:nickel
Gap Size:0.02 in
Ground Configuration:Semi-Surface Discharge
Ground Electrode Core Material:Nickel Core
Ground Electrode Quantity:2
Ground Electrode Tip Design:Semi-Surface Discharge
Ground Strap Quantity:2
Hex Size:5/8 in
Manufacturer Heat Range:6
Reach:19 mm
Resistor:Yes
Seat Type:Gasket
Shorty Spark Plug:No
Spark Plug Approximate Resistor Value:5K Ohm
Thread Diameter:14 mm
Tip Configuration:Solid
Type:Standard
Wrench Diameter:5/8 in

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  • Q:

    I have a VW V-6, 2002. I needed to change trans oil but instead checked plugs. I found the plug wells practically filled with oil. When I removed the boot, half of it was dripping with oil. When I inserted socket and remove plug, the oil went into cylinder. The plug electrode didn't have oil on it and only because of all the oil in well as I removed it. What went wrong? I noticed oil dipstick reading before i checked the plugs was over-filled so I immediately took a quart out. Could this have been the cause of oil being in the spark plug wells? I replaced the same spark plugs, cleaned up oil that I could and started up the engine. Of course there was alot of white, billowy smoke at first, but after about ten minutes it stopped smoking. So, is this normal for VW? What can I do, if anything to make sure I do things right regarding the spark plugs? Thanks and any info would be of great help.
    Asked on 10/14/2014 by LRon from Cincinatti, OH

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      A:

      Hi LRon, Sorry, without the presence of your vehicle we would not be able to properly diagnose it, nor provide you with a 100% answer. I would suggest that you take your vehicle and get it thoroughly checked by a certified mechanic before buying any parts that may/may not solve the problem.

      Answered on 10/15/2014 by Steve from AAP
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