Help! Manual says CR8E, I have a CR8EK?

CR8E, CR8EK what's the difference. I went to change my plug and realized the plug I have isn't the correct one. Can I use it, what will I gain or loose?

I did notice that the old, correct, CR8E had only one electrode and the CR8EK has two, similar to the split fire...

Thanks!

JJ

[This message has been edited by JJ (edited 06-24-2000).]

The "EK" plug is the same heat range as the "E" plug (8). As you stated the only difference is the second ground electrode. I have purchased one and have yet to try it.

Give it a shot and let us know.

Bill

JJ,

You are the second person on this websight that has mentioned this. Just an FYI.

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