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      04-05-2011, 08:47 AM   #64
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Originally Posted by Dr Zoidberg View Post
Hello, I know this is my first post and all, however I am hardly new to the BMW scene.

I am questioning the use of anti seize on the plug threads,
I have used it before, and I understand the possible chance of a plug seizing in the head.. but?

one, was there antiseize on the plugs you pulled out from the factory ? yes or no ?

two, Porsche recently issued a service bulletin advising not to use anti sieze compound anymore because of its non-conducive properties, they have found it can interfere with getting a proper ground on the electrode,

Would anyone care to shed any light on this ?

thanks
Any1 here who is BMW tech have any info on this. I am curious. There are lots of photos on old plugs in this thread but how can you tell if it has anti seize from factory? Look @ post #5 and 53 for photos of old plugs.
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