FEATURE AND BENEFIT 1:Superior Quality Boot Helps Protect The Strut Shaft From Leak-causing Dirt And Debris
FEATURE AND BENEFIT 2:Poly Foam Bumper Prevents The Strut From Bottoming Out
FEATURE AND BENEFIT 3:Built With Design And Quality That Matches Or Exceeds Oe
FEATURE AND BENEFIT 4:Protects The Upper Seal And Bushing
KYB Strut Boot Kits keep your struts protected from dirt, dust, sand, salt and other road debris. These harmful elements cause abrasive wear to the polished shaft, upper seal and bushing. KYB Strut Boot Kits prevent these contaminants from entering the strut by covering the entire strut shaft in a highly durable plastic bellows. This can easily extend the life of the strut. The KYB Strut Boot Kit includes a poly foam travel-limiting bumper. Its designed to protect the strut from bottoming out and protects other components from extreme movement damage.
Center Electrode Core Material:Nickel-yttrium And Copper
Center Electrode Tip Material:Nickel-yttrium
Ground Electrode Core Material:N/a
Ground Electrode Quantity:1
Ground Electrode Tip Design:Tapered V-profile
Ground Electrode Tip Material:Nickel-yttrium
Manufacturer Heat Range:7
Outdoor Power Equipment Application:No
Package Contents:Spark Plug
Prop 65 Warning Label Required?:No
Spark Plug Type:4-cycle
Bosch conventional Nickel-Copper Spark Plugs are designed to deliver performance and value. Heavy-duty yttrium-enhanced nickel center electrode with copper core provides a longer lasting copper core spark plug. Engineered to meet or exceed Original Equipment specifications for nickel-copper core spark plugs.
California Proposition 65:Warning: This Product Contains A Chemical Known To The State Of California To Cause Birth Defects Or Other Reproductive Harm.
Harness Length - inches:16"
Offering hundreds of high-quality pigtails & sockets for nearly every electrical job. Utilizing high grade materials to ensure peak conductivity and perfect connections. Decades of industry leading research and development focused on meeting the technician's needs. With industry leading expertise, when original equipment fails our products are designed to fix the inherent failure issues.
Question From dadoze3 on engine trouble with subaru EA81 engine
I recently rolled my 1982 subaru brat onto its side. I let it sit for 2 hours before starting. Started and idled fine, no wierd engine noise. Started driving an lost oil pressure because I assume it leaked out when on its side. Filled it back up with oil. Started it back up and the oil pressure returned. 1-2 minutes down the road I lost oil pressure the engine started making a slight "ticking" noise, so I shut it down again. Checked the oil level and it was full. Had to drive it home about 1 minute away, and by the time I got home, I had lost oil pressure again and the engine started making a slight "ticking" noise again, this time noticably louder. Let sit for 3 days and tried starting it up again. My oil level still full so I started it again and the ticking noise was much worse and still rythmic. I do not know much about engines. Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated. thanks, corey
Response From dog_4003☆☆☆☆☆Top Rated Answer
been as it was on its side the oil pump might need to be reprimed they can be hard to get it to pick up the oil without priming but i would say the worst case would be bad main bearings or bad oil pump all thow its very not common that the pump it self would be bad try repriming the pump first