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This is a discussion on Tune Up Parts within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I've got about 2K before i am supposed to change the spark plugs, wires etc ... Has anyone done this ...

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    Tune Up Parts

    I've got about 2K before i am supposed to change the spark plugs, wires etc ... Has anyone done this yet and what parts would you recommend?

    How about the coolant?

    Thanks,
    Steve

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    Anybody? Bueler?

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    i dont know the answer, but you might want to list the model/year of your car. im sure that makes a difference.
    03, wrx, aspen white, K&N drop in filter, for now waitin for warranty to go bye bye.

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    WR Blue Pearl 2003 WRX Sedan, 5-speed. Does anyone else notice that the stock tires/brakes suck in the rain?

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    I would use NGK plugs (personal preference).

    Haven't checked the coolant specs for awhile, but I think any good name-brand coolant should be fine. 50-50 ratio as usual.

    EVERYONE has noticed the RE92s suck!

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    Thanks for the tip. I would have expected a better response on something like this, unless everyone has the dealer service their vehicles.

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    These days with so many coolant formulations, you're better off sticking to the OEM Subaru coolant. If you mix coolants and it turns you to be incompatible, it's a huge mess.

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