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    Plugs for an MI16

    All,

    I am about to replace the plugs in my '89 Series 1 Mi16....any comments on which plugs to use ?

    From memory it's got Bosch now...and it's had a bit of a miss at idle since I put them in..

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    Any ideas ?

    Cheers

    Ben
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    Use Valeo Plugs,
    $10 each, same as Genuine Peugeot plugs i think??
    Caravelle have them..
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    I would recommended Beru multi-electrode plugs.

    They've done well in my cars

    $12 each (around that price) from Auto France in Artarmon (Sydney). They ship Australia-wide I know.

    Derek

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    i might just have to drop in there when i go down for the redex rerun send off
    i am due to replace the plugs in my beast

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    Auto France
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    If you're going there drop in and see me I'm only 10 mins away.

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    Thanks,

    Went to the local dealer and got a set, Genuine Peugeot, with the brand Eyquem on them

    They have got three electrodes on them ! Weird!

    Cheers

    Ben
    1989 Peugeot 405 Mi16
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    The Eyqeums are fine if you get the right heat range. There are at least two different plugs for Mi16's. XU9J4 engines run a colder plug than the XU9J4Z. The Beru's have a very wide heat range, so you don't have to worry.

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    Thanks Peter,

    I asked the guy for ones that fit a Series 1....he seemed to know what to get..

    I put them in when I got home BOY what a change! made the car 100x better !

    Cheers

    Ben
    1989 Peugeot 405 Mi16
    1990 Peugeot 505 GTD Turbo Wagon
    2000 Peugeot 306 XSI
    1973 Peugeot 504 GL





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