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Old 01-06-2009, 04:27 PM   #1
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idle speed miss

I just replaced the oil and spark plugs in my coupe. Ever since then it has been idling a little rough. Over I am guessing 1500rpm, it is smooth as cream. Any ideas? I put in Autolite #69 plugs. Did I put in the wrong plugs? Should I pull them and put some NGK's back into it?

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Re: idle speed miss

Made a mistake. Spark plugs are actually #64s. I just check them all.
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Re: idle speed miss

There is a Technical Service Bulletin on this problem:

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