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Old 01-15-2021, 04:52 PM   #1
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V10 sparkplugs heat range?

Which would you choose, I bought and installed AGSF22. when pulling the plugs it had AGSF32 in 9 holes, one was AGSF22, this was a look at both in the same engine, stock tune. The darker plug is the 22.
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The 32 is hotter of the two and looks like it is burning almost perfect. I have seen mechanics put hotter plugs in a given cylinder to help prevent fouling if there is an oil problem in the cylinder, but never colder. I would run the plugs you installed for a while and then check that cylinder's plug against the others
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The AGSF22 is the Platinum Motorcraft plug recommended for a 2000 E450. I agree with MoCoTom that the F32 looks the best. How is your oil consumption and mileage? When were the plugs last changed and by who?
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The AGSF22 is the Platinum Motorcraft plug recommended for a 2000 E450. I agree with MoCoTom that the F32 looks the best. How is your oil consumption and mileage? When were the plugs last changed and by who?
1 qt every 2500 miles. The ford dealer put the engine in 3 years ago.
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