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  • billt

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    I just thought I'd mention this for anyone who does their own tune-ups and such. Yesterday I tuned up my 1991 Ford F-150, 5.0. The usual. New plugs, (Bosch Platinum +4), new Bosch wires, rotor and cap. Fuel and air filter, the whole bit. The salesman over at Auto Zone told me to bring the old plug wires in, and I was eligible for a refund! I couldn't believe it. The last time I replaced my plug wires was 7/2001. Sure enough, afterward I put the old ones in the box, took them back with my receipt, and got $44.60 back! For anyone buying new plug wires, it doesn't get any better than that! Bill T.
     

    stockFD3S

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    NGK had something similar with their spark plugs for a while. Buy one set and two year free replacement should something go wrong. Worked great with a pig rich RX-7. :)
     

    JKTex

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    Ya, I haven't seen plug wires in quite a while. Well except in the boat. :D

    Actually, does a glow "plug" harness count?
     
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