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I just changed the plugs in my 2010 Dodge Charger, 3.5 Police package. I am amazed my car even ran, no missing, no roughness at all and always started. I am guessing the are the original plugs, NGK ZFR5LP-13G with about 185,000 KM. The plug gap is supposed to be .051, they are around .120. Have a look at this pic.
 

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wow that looks bad, good that you got the correct gapping and new plugs. Where can did you find the correct gapping number, I currently have to change my plugs as well and don't know the gapping?
 

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wow that looks bad, good that you got the correct gapping and new plugs. Where can did you find the correct gapping number, I currently have to change my plugs as well and don't know the gapping?
I got the gap from the NGK website.
 

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And if you're wondering why I waiting until 185K to check my plugs? This car is new to me. I got it just a couple months ago. It was a nice day, and I just changed my 02 sensors so I decided to pull a plug and look at it.
 
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