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Old 14-12-2010   #1
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Help: spark plug wires in 97 Sporting

Hey folks,

Here´s what happened, One spark plug wire was damaged, so I bought a new
bosch set. Then I put it in the car and two wires were shooting sparks (through
the side of the end which goes on the spark plug), so the car was running on
two cylenders.
Then I got a new bosch set ,exactly the same and they (at least one or two) were also shooting sparks only on the opposite end, which goes on the ignition coil.

But! , the old wires which were working until recently, were ****mixed from other fiat type, they´re much more longer then they´re suppose to be.

Is bosch just **** or is something else wrong?

Please tell me what you think

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