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    Default new car 2005 grand prix gtp comp g

    well guys since my 98 gtp spun aq rod bearing i ended up getting another grand prix but this time its a 2005 comp g and i was wondering as far as taylor plug wires,will the 72200 set i had on my 98 gtp work for the 2005 gtp? i dont see a reason why it wouldnt. thanks for any advice or input

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    Default Re: new car 2005 grand prix gtp comp g

    Yup. Plug wires are the same between the two cars.

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    Default Re: new car 2005 grand prix gtp comp g

    awesome thats what i like to hear thanks man! do you know about the msd 8224 ignition coils if they would work as well?

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    Default Re: new car 2005 grand prix gtp comp g

    Stock coils are better.

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    Default Re: new car 2005 grand prix gtp comp g

    Msd's actually have a slightly stronger spark than stock d576 coils. Their durability sucks though.

    Zzp's could are a decent amount better than stock, however their durability is untested.

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    Default Re: new car 2005 grand prix gtp comp g

    zzp's coils have a lifetime warranty

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    Default Re: new car 2005 grand prix gtp comp g

    Quote Originally Posted by SgtMarshal View Post
    zzp's coils have a lifetime warranty
    It's too bad nothing else ever did
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