Best Spark Plugs for Jeep Wrangler JK


best spark plugs for jeep wrangler

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The Jeep Wrangler is a compact SUV successor to the legendary Jeep Willys MB from World War II. In the next generation, the release of which began in 2006, the car received a new JK platform and became significantly larger than its predecessor.

It is offered in two versions: a short-wheelbase two-door and a long-wheelbase four-door. The standard Wrangler roof is a fabric, folding roof, and a rigid modular version is available as an option. Compared to its predecessors, the car has received many new functions, safety has been increased.

For the first time, almost all of the Wrangler JK’s functions are electronically controlled: engine, transmission, and to some extent the braking system, as well as lighting and auxiliary functions. Various improvements were carried out annually, in particular, in 2011-12, the interior was changed, a new V6 gasoline engine was installed, in addition to which the Wrangler can be equipped with an in-line 4-cylinder turbodiesel engine.

 

Best Spark Plugs for 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Jeep Wrangler

Info/Engine 3.6L 6-cyl 24v DOHC ERB engine 3.8L 6-cyl 12v OHV EGT engine
OEM spark plug gap 0.035″ (0.88 mm) 0.050″ (1.27 mm)
Qty. needed 6 6
Change interval
Best spark plug Denso 3445 XU22HDR9 Nickel Spark Plug Champion 9440 RE14WLPB5 Iridium Spark Plug
Popular choice E3 E3.82 Spark Plug Champion 7440 RE14PLP5 Double Platinum Spark Plug

 

Different configurations allow you to choose exactly the version of the Jeep Wrangler, which seems to the buyer the most suitable for the tasks assigned to the car. For example, the Sahara version will be equally comfortable both on a long journey and in urban use. This version for the Wrangler offers: 5-speed automatic transmission, 17-inch alloy wheels, Command-Trac all-wheel-drive system, tubular side steps, wheel arch extensions in body color, automatic headlights, heated mirrors, leather-wrapped steering wheel and gearbox handles, power windows, climate control, Alpine audio system with subwoofer.

Options include bi-xenon headlights, LED running lights, leather upholstery, keyless entry, navigation and much more. The Rubicon package is the most prepared option for extreme off-road trips. The Rock-Trac all-wheel-drive system, the electronic front stabilizer shutdown function and other features are standard here.

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