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04 Turbo Spark Plug Gap / Coil Packs


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Replacing plugs (and coil packs) in a, new to me, 04 Cayenne Turbo. Using Beru Platin plugs.

What gap should these be? If the gap out of the box is any indication it is .032 aka .081 mm.

Please advise.

Also FYI the replacement coil packs are numbered 948 602 104 20. The ones coming out of my car are 948 602 104 00. I gather they are the original coil packs.

Thanks,,

obb

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Here are the technical specs for the OE Beru plug (source = Beru website):

Product Spark Plug

Type Ultra

Code designation Z 185

Type designation 14 F-6 DPUR021

Order No. 0 001 340 908

Installation Information: Recommendation - When changing the spark plugs on vehicles with connector ignition coils, please replace the connector and use spark plug connector grease (ZKF 01 - Order No. 0 890 300 029) to fit the connector.
Tightening Torque [Nm] 25
Port Type SAE
Thread Length [mm] 19
Thread Size M 14x1,25
Spanner Size 16 mm
Spark Plug 1 - Earthed Electrode
Electrode Gap [mm] 0,8

So the correct gap is .8mm. Also, the "20" coils are indeed the latest iteration of the coil part number. You'll probably be amazed at the improvement in your engine's performance once you've done the plugs and coils. I know I was.

Edited by spooltime
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