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    Hi my x has 31 K should I be thinking about changing my plugs

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    according to the owners manuel, its not needed till 75k..but u can go to colder plugs if u mod..

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    Re: Spark Plugs

    Originally posted by Boostedx
    Hi my x has 31 K should I be thinking about changing my plugs
    It never hurts to change the plugs, unless you gap them wrong or something silly like that. At the least, you'll be learning about your car AND giving yourself some insurance that the plugs aren't seized. After 75k miles of inattention, there's a good chance the plugs could get seized. Just my thoughts. And now for the (needlessly) vehement rebuttals...
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