WHY DO YOU NEED TO CHANGE THE SPARK PLUG CABLE?
Spark Plug Wires are the lifeblood of your automotive ignition system. If they don’t perform well, engine performance and gas mileage suffer. You can go as far as spending extra cash on the best iridium spark plugs and install them expertly, but if you don’t change spark plug wires at the same time, you’ve wasted your time and money. Old, worn out spark plug wires leak voltage, cause misfires, and reduce acceleration. Worse yet, those misfires can damage your expensive catalytic converter, and replacing that part will cost big bucks. That’s why we recommend installing premium spark plug wires at every tune up.
The moment you use LT plug cable, it will allow you to regain that new car feel and pleasure of driving you once had because it able to improve engine ignition power by using the UK imported wire. Stability of current flow to the spark plug is very important in combustion because uncertainty amount of magnetic interface will lead to engine damage like loss of power, reduce in throttle response, and increase in engine noise and excessive vibrations. Hence LT have do QC checking for every single plug cable to make sure it is quality guaranteed.
1) 5~8 mm silicon wires make
2) UK imported high quality wire
3) Quicker starts and smoother running engine
4) Increased horsepower and torque.
5) Decreased fuel consumption
6) Stable Ignition power
7) Better Acceleration Response
8) Extreme temperature rating (100% silicon)
What’s the difference between a cheap spark plug wire set and a premium spark plug wire set?
So far we’ve only discussed the differences in the core of the spark plug wire. But it’s the outer insulation that keeps all that voltage inside. Premium spark plug wire sets are made with expensive silicone or Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer (EPDM) insulation. Some premium spark plug wire set brands even add an extra coating of Ethylene Vinyl Acetate (EVA) for better temperature resistance and strength.
A cheap spark plug wire set, on the other hand, uses cheaper insulation and less robust spark plug boot materials. Also, they use less of those materials, so these spark plug wire sets are thinner. Economy spark plug wires are also built with cheaper coil connectors and may not exactly match the length and spark plug boot construction of your factory wires.
You may like the price of cheap spark plug wires, but they won’t last as long as a premium spark plug wire set.. However, if you don’t want to deal with spark plug wires until the next tune up, pony up the extra change by then for a premium spark plug wire set as like LT spark plug cable.
How to change spark plug wires
That is ONLY FEW STEP to install the ignition plug cable by your own.
Step 1: Turn Off the engine
Step 2: Change ignition leads one at a time, cylinder by cylinder
Step 3: Remove the old spark plug wires one at a time and replacing them with the new wires
Step 4: Use the existing clamps and follow the original wire paths
Step 5: Press the boots end of the wire onto the spark plug until it snaps on securely. Insert the other end firmly into proper terminal on the distributor cap
Step 6: Repeat the above steps for each lead
Step 7: When removing the wires, pull only on the boot.DO NOT pull the wires.
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