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    Default Weak Plug Cables-CNG Accord

    My mechanic told me that the plug cables of my Accord 86 are weak & should be replaced. Please recommend which brand of cables are good for CNG. Has anyone recently changed cables? Any idea what would be the price of genuine honda cables?

    A friend advised that 4-tip plugs can compensate for weak plug cables. I have no idea what 4-tip and other types of plugs can do. Any opinion on this?

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    Only use recommended parts by the manufacturers.
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    What about 4-tip plugs? Someone please advice.

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    Anyone ?

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    @saad_q
    yaar i have accord 89. and i never change the cables frm very long time . i recommend to use original cables.
    and i am using 4 tips BOSH plugs.yaar the advantage of this plags is that you can use it for more then one and half year.I am using these plugs for more then year.....
    and i dont think that this plugs helps to any pick or anything except if you change the electric coil also .... just thy are long lasting .....
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    @sd_sig
    Thanks for reply. Is your accord on CNG?

    Do you remember the price of original cables? Plus what is the price of BOSH 4-tip plug?

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    yes use 4tip plugs in addition to honda recommended cables for 4 tip
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