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Old 07-05-2019, 02:09 PM   #1
Twinturbo
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Default Hotter Range Spark Plug question 99 SL1

Hi,
Does anyone know of a 1 step hotter heat range spark plug that is available to run in a 1999 Saturn SL1...I have had*know*luck at*all parts stores. NGK doesn't make one but it seems like some other manufacturer would. Thanks! 320,000 miles now*with a bent exhaust valve... trying to reduce*fouling til*I FIND A REPLACEMENT.

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