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August 17th 2009, 8:54pm
Just finished a full tune up on one of my Vans. I put anti seize stuff on the spark plugs and a little Dielectric grease on the plug side of the new wires.....was I suppose to put it on the cap side also? it looked like the old wires had some on it....noticed that after i was all done and cleaning up.And can I just squeeze a lot of it on? Also, how bad does this look inside the cap? I replaced it but was just wondering?
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August 18th 2009, 2:31am
You put some on the cap side also .You don't need a big glob just smear a little on.Can't see anything wrong in the photo
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