How do you wire spark plug wires?
What does thicker spark plug wires do?
That thicker wire core provides a lower operating resistance, allowing more spark energy at the spark plug. This thicker core, once wrapped in the insulating material and outer jacket, is what dictates the larger overall spark plug wire diameter. via
How often should you change your spark plug wires?
That's why it pays to replace your spark plug wires before they wear out. We recommend changing them during spark plug changes (whenever your owner's manual recommends, usually between 60,000 and 100,000 miles). via
Which is live and neutral on a plug? (video)
Where is the live wire in a plug?
In a plug, the blue neutral wire goes to the left, the brown live wire to the right and the green and yellow striped earth wire to the top. via
How can you tell if a wire is live or neutral? (video)
Is the black wire live or neutral?
Black wires are “hot” wires, which means they carry a live current from your electrical panel to the destination. They feed electricity to electrical outlets, switches and appliances from the home's main power supply. via
What are MAG core spark plug wires?
Many late-model engines use “mag” wire, where stainless steel wire is wound around a conductive layer and a Kevlar reinforced core. Mag wire has less resistance than carbon-core suppression wires (500 to 750 ohms versus 5,000 ohms), which reduces the voltage required to fire the spark plugs. via