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Hijet Spark Plugs Revisited

Discussion in 'Daihatsu Hi jet' started by Kei King, Feb 8, 2011.

  1. Kei King

    Kei King Member

    There is lots of opinions on which spark plug to use on the 90 to 94 Daihatsu Hijet S82P/S83P. What is everyone using? So far I've seen:

    NGK Bpr5EKB #5449

    NGK Bkr6E #6962

    NGK Bpr6e #6464

    NGK Bpr6ey #6427

    NGK Bpr6es #7131

    Champion RN9YCC
     
    Last edited: Feb 8, 2011
  2. fupabox

    fupabox Well-Known Member

    I'm using Champion Iridium 9804

    heres a list I posted with all the available options for all Daihatsus and Atrais
     

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  3. Kei King

    Kei King Member

    Yes I did reference your list when making this post. It shows the NGK BPR5EKB which is not available in Canada.
     
  4. fupabox

    fupabox Well-Known Member

  5. tugboat7

    tugboat7 New Member

    I'm using NKG BPR6ES I ordered them from amazon.com
     
  6. MotorMike76

    MotorMike76 New Member

    I know this is an old post, but hoping I can revive it to get answers from you knowledgeable folks. What size socket to use when removing said spark plugs? I have been unable to get mine in there and mine did not come with a tool kit like it seems everyone else's did.
     
  7. Jigs-n-fixtures

    Jigs-n-fixtures Well-Known Member

    I spent two hours trying to get mine out this weekend. The new plugs are 13/16, so I tried that.
    Didn’t work, tried the 3/4.
    Didn’t work tried 18-mm.
    Didn’t work, tried the 5/8, and it finally did.

    So, if you have the stock Japanese multi-electrode spark plugs, it’s a crap shoot. If you have the NGK BPR6ES, or something similar, it should be a 13/16.
     
  8. Mini_hijet

    Mini_hijet Member

    What spark plug should I put in my '90 S83P Hijet? I am finding too many options.
    Thank you
    Yousef
     
  9. Jigs-n-fixtures

    Jigs-n-fixtures Well-Known Member

    The NGK BPR6ES-11, works, and can be found on Amazon, or most any parts house.
     
  10. Mini_hijet

    Mini_hijet Member

    Ok, Thank you very much, I got 3 of those on the way.
    Thank you very much
    Keep truckin'!
    Yousef
     

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