V-Power Spark Plug
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NGK V-Power Spark Plug

Part No. 3332 Warranty Details  

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V-grooved center electrode offers lower ignition system voltage, enhanced ignitability and fuel economy, lower emissions and increased anti-fouling characteristics.

Product Features:
  • 90-degree V-groove center electrode
  • Concave ground electrode
  • Design helps reduce quenching effect
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Electrode Core Material:nickel with V groove
Electrode Tip Material:nickel with V groove
Ground Strap Quantity:1
Manufacturer Heat Range:5
Shorty Spark Plug:No
Spark Plug Reach:3/8 in
Spark Plug Seat Type:gasket
Spark Plug Thread Size:14 mm
Tip Configuration:Solid
Wrench Diameter:13/16 in


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  • Improves Engine Efficiency
  • Increases Power


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    • Performance Driving

    Comments about NGK V-Power Spark Plug:

    Works great in my 55 Chevy with a 63 327 motor. Better than the AC 45's that are no longer available.

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      If engine consumes a little oil, would this be the plug to use?
      Asked on 5/12/2015 by Dr Don from Roanoke, Va

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        I'm happy to help, Dr. Don! If your engine only consumes a small amount of oil, such as a quart every 3000-5000 miles or more, this is typically considered normal. With some newer engines that operate at higher temperatures, oil with a higher NOACK value may help to reduce the amount of oil consumed. Spark plugs are not intended to remedy an engine that burns oil and I suggest sticking with the 'Exact Fit' spark plugs for your engine. An engine that consumes more than a small amount may need servicing. Blue smoke from your exhaust and oil fouled spark plugs are a tell-tale sign of burning oil.

        A repair manual for your vehicle will provide additional diagnostic assistance. If you are still unsure after checking the manual, you may wish to consult with a certified mechanic for additional assistance.

        Answered on 5/12/2015 by Heath, ASE Parts Specialist from AAP
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