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Old 04-04-2012, 04:42 PM
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The clear give away would be that the new engine has 2 spark plugs per cylinder. The older engine had one per cylinder.

The new engine has one plug under the coil(intake manifold side) then off the same coil a plug wire goes over the valve cover to the second plug on the other side of the cylinder head(exhaust side).

That'd be a sure and easy way to find out.
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