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Spark Plug Platinum+4, use 6 of NGK PFR5G-11 (OE plug is platinum)
2004 Mitsubishi Diamante 3.5 (Engine: 6G74) If using Bosch spark plugs for this application, note that Bosch recommends using only #4417 (Platinum+4), 4303 (Platinum2), 4201 (Platinum), or 7556 (Super).
2005 Mitsubishi Eclipse 2.4 SOHC-16V (Engine: 4G64) This wire set contains only two wires (for #1 and #3 cylinders). Cylinders #2 and #4 each have a coil connected directly to the spark plug, so ignition wires are not necessary for those two cylinders.