If she runs fine, no shuddering or reason to believe you have any miss fires you should let it be lolHi everyone,
I've researched on here some common mods people do with their Cruze and came across the spark plug gap issue. Many have noted it should be adjusted to 0.035 as opposed to the 0.028-029 from the factory. My question is, would the dealer adjust them accordingly per the AllData specifications or will they not touch them regardless of how they are set from the factory?
I would adjust them myself but am extremely not mechanic-savvy which is ironic because my dad is a mechanic lol. Just curious if I should bring it up to the dealer to check or leave it alone.
When I did them the first time I went with .035 and it ran awful, recapped to .030 and was a little better but had adjusted to .028 and settled there.
I believe it's dependant on the conductor (platinum, copper, etc) my car ran alright at .030 with iriduliums, but not so well with the coppers.
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