1994 e420 spark plug wires??

Does anyone know where the least expensive place buy wires? Any other models work?? Thanks:)Nel

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:) wrote:

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But seriously, Beru should be the most inexpensive. Any online place should do:
Try www.buymbparts.com
Hmmm, 1994, eh? Not sure, but check the rest of the wiring harness as well, if parts of it is crumbly or cracked, best get it changed before you have other problems.
On further thought, they (the ignition wires) don't usually wear out that fast, what symptoms do you have and what are you trying to solve?
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Hello:) Thanks for the reply!! I bought this car a month ago and it started running rough. It got so bad that I had to hold the gas pedal down for it to start. When I put it in drive and touch the gas it would stall unless I barely touched the gas to get it going. Once I got it going lets say 45 or 50 or any speed and tried to press the pedal it would skip (kind of bucking going down the road). When I pulled the covers off to check the plugs I noticed someone took a Ford motocraft and taped it to the bosch mercedes wire. Today I went to a mercedes tech here in town and he sold me one of the ends that go into the sparkplug socket and now the wire is back to original. When I pulled the plugs they were all black(Im guessing from all the misfiring from the wire??) and they were bosch platinum which I have heard is a no no with this car. I have replaced the 4 plugs on the driver side and will do the other 4 tomorrow. I started it up for about 10 seconds with the 4new resistor plugs and it started without holding the gas but when I gave it gas in park it had a skipping or bucking acceleration of idle(not smooth). Im hoping its because the other 4 plugs are causing this... There is a new harness in the car and the previous owner replaced the coil as well...any thoughts?? Thanks again!! :)Nel
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https://www.autohausaz.com /
$172 a set... which is about $100 cheaper than buymbparts.com
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Thanks!! I will keep this in mind. Repaired the one wire today and am hoping that the wires are ok...any way to check the wires?? Thanks:)
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The platinum plugs are not good... remove them all and install regular Bosch Super Plugs. The wires are supposed to have 1000 ohm... up to 1300 is okay... but over that is bad...
If replacing the plugs and wires doesn't help, then check the distributor cap and rotor... just make sure no crack and clean the brass contacts.
If still no good, I would try to pull any check engine code... you can pull the code out by the diagnostic pins by the battery press the button for like 3 seconds while key in ignition is in on position... count the number of blinks... some codes are double digits...
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Wires tested out excellent. Installed new plugs(non platinum). Took caps off and you could not even see the contacts. Cleaned them up good with sand paper and electric parts cleaner and the car runs like a charm except its reving at around 1200 rpms in park but that could be because I havent put all the aircleaner covers back on. I will install everything tomorrow and see how that is. Thanks a million for the help!! :)Nel
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