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Old 09-20-2010, 11:32 PM   #1
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Default Spark Plug Wires

Are these Ez-Go spark plug wires just normal spark plug wires ? Would there be ANY benifit to upgrading to something like Accel plug wires ? Not that I have anything against oem stuff... but if I can upgrade- why not.

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Old 09-21-2010, 02:02 PM   #2
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Default Re: Spark Plug Wires EDIT

Oh nevermind. I took a better look under the hood & discovered they look like a special application..
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Old 09-21-2010, 02:13 PM   #3
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Default Re: Spark Plug Wires

I went with an Accel wire on my 2PG just because it LOOKED cooler :)
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Default Re: Spark Plug Wires

I'm using an Autolite 8mm I had here that is almost new and it works fine on my old 2pg motor

Any better or not I can't tell because I've changed a lot of things on this cart since I got it. Overall it runs like a champ.
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Default Re: Spark Plug Wires

I have not disassembled anything yet, but it looks like the ends that are opposite the plugs are a "unit" of some kind. it does not look like a standard spark plug wires.. Yet again, I have not been under the hood of a car in 30 years



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I'm using an Autolite 8mm I had here that is almost new and it works fine on my old 2pg motor

Any better or not I can't tell because I've changed a lot of things on this cart since I got it. Overall it runs like a champ.
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Default Re: Spark Plug Wires

I see what you are saying there. Maybe someone who knows more about that cart will chime in with some useful information.
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those wires are "glued" into the coil. They are not replaceable by themselves. Now if you had a pre-mci engine you could replace them. They would unscrew from the coil.

I actautly messed up when i first started and removed one of those wires. While trying to clean all the "glue" out i broke the terminal off in the coil, So that customer got a new coil/wire combo.
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Thanks for the information.. Good to know.


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those wires are "glued" into the coil. They are not replaceable by themselves. Now if you had a pre-mci engine you could replace them. They would unscrew from the coil.

I actautly messed up when i first started and removed one of those wires. While trying to clean all the "glue" out i broke the terminal off in the coil, So that customer got a new coil/wire combo.
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