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Heat Range Conversion Chart

October 19, 2012

 

Where is Autolite?

Autolite's numbering system does not have a standardized heat range identifier.

The last digit in an Autolite part number represents the heat range within a plug family.  

For example, take the 254x plug series.  Autolite has 2544, 2545 and 2546 available.  2544 is the coldest plug in that plug family, and 2546 is the hotest. 

However, according to an Autolite reference chart, Autolite 86 has the same heat range as 2244 and Autolite 303 is a hotter plug than 2974.

Therefore, it is impossible to chart an Autolite heat range hierarchy, let alone a standardized comparison to other spark plug brands.

Comments

Brenda D

Aug. 10, 2014
Thanks for clearing up questions no parts person can answer clearly!

Joseph Mattfeld

Oct. 27, 2013
Great, couldn't need it until I found it!!

Gustavo

Oct. 18, 2013
It does make a difference when using the different heat range, I experimented with my engine and what a change in performance and thought it would not matter but it does. Thank you Champion for all this information

ELBERT IZQUIERDO

Sep. 28, 2013
I FOUND THE RIGHT HEAT RANGE FOR MY RACING SPARK PLUGS.THANK YOU

Duane A

Sep. 16, 2013
Exactly what I was looking for.
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