Good or bad
Give or take I replaced them anyway, some say 40k interval but I think that is way too long esp on a 12 year old car. I drive her hard maybe once or twice a month. Meaning: doing over 120mph for a couple minutes. Didn't having any issues I just felt like changing them since it's...
I've googled, searched and everything I know how to do (which probably isn't that much) to find out what the true spark plug gap is for NGK BKR6EIX Iridium plugs.
I have a '04 X3 2.5i. I replaced the plugs with NGK's but as I search around I see people stating the gap should be .028, .032...
Recently bought used GERMAN E90,
I have changed all the filters and liquids/oils.
Now thinking about changing spark plugs
(No warning lights about spark plugs, but think fuel consumption is to high for city - 15 L/100km or 15MPG (board computer saying 13 L/100km - 18 MPG) - but...
I've always used NGK BKR6EQUP 3199 plugs on my e39 and never had a problem...
I'm wondering would it be fine to use the same type plugs on my e60 ?
according to realoem, there were ENDED and replaced with part # 12120037607 (BMW)
Hi guys, I just finished uploading a video of my spark plug replacement process. While I filmed it on my E39, it's virtually the same process on the E46.
I used OE plugs, PN: 12120037607
BMW part number: 12 12 0 037 607. Brand new in original boxes. $65 shipped for 8. Fit the following BMW's:
E30 318is Coupe
E31 840i/840Ci/850Ci Coupe
E32 740i/iL Sedan
E34 530i/540i Sedan/Touring
E36 320i Sedan
E36 323i Coupe/Convertible
E36 318i/325i/328i Sedan/Convertible
Hey guys. Brand new member here, just picked up a 1995 Boston Green 318i two weeks ago. It's got high miles and I'm lovin it so far. Although I do wish it had a bit more oomph. First thing I'd like to do about that is get new spark plugs. Who knows the last time they were changed, and...