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I was just curious about what kind and type of spark plugs my truck originaly had in it. Im asuming it was an AC Delco plug. But was it a copper or platnum plug? It has pulstar pusle plugs in it now but I wasn't sure what it had originaly. It says its a vortec engine but because its a 1995 I dont think its a true vortec. But it does say vortec on the valve cover.

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I was just curious about what kind and type of spark plugs my truck originaly had in it. Im asuming it was an AC Delco plug. But was it a copper or platnum plug? It has pulstar pusle plugs in it now but I wasn't sure what it had originaly. It says its a vortec engine but because its a 1995 I dont think its a true vortec. But it does say vortec on the valve cover.

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The Plugs that most likely were installed were A/C Delco.....one of the two below, And the Vortec Engines Run and Perform Better when A/C Delco Plugs are installed.....and for Plugs wires.....once again A/C Delco wires will do the job.



SPARK PLUG ASM
Part Number: 1
Product Notes:
[Rapidfire Spark Plug]; Reg cab ; .045 GAP

Per Vehicle: 6; Years: 1993-1995
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SPARK PLUG,
Part Number: CR43TS
Product Notes:
[Standard Plug-Spark Plug]; .045 GAP

Per Vehicle: 6; Years: 1994-1995
 

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Thanks much, thats what I was looking for!
 

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Thanks man!
 

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I had some AC delco plugs in my chevy ran 100o mi then started misfiring, plugs looked ok but where junk
after new dist and wires, put some NGK's in have all 8 firing reg again
 
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