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Old 03-09-2008, 12:59 PM   #1
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Plugs in cold climates

Anybody had trouble with plug fouling using plugs one heat range cooler than stock in a brutally cold climate?

My plugs fouled this winter, beginnning a cascade of misfires in a very short time until the car was undriveable. Temperature here in ND has been below zero most days with some days as low as -20. My trips are short--could the Autolite HT-0 plugs be too cold for complete combustion on a cold soaked car under those conditions?
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