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2007 Jeep Liberty 3.7L engine

Dealer states that factory installed original spark plugs need changing at 30,000 miles and replaced with platinum tip type. Wondering if this is neccesary? Vehicle runs fine.

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I have a 2006 liberty 3.7 eng w 28000 miles. Car was hesitating cutting out and just running rough. I changed to Bosch platinum plugs. runs great now improved mpg by approx 3mpg. Origional plugs were NGK brand which I believe stands for No Good ****.

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The Jeep comes with Platinum plugs from the factory.
And also a little secret-They are guarenteed from the manufacture for 1000,000 miles
Your Jeep should have Champion plugs in it.

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why use, rumor to make that judgment.?

no engine runs for 300k miles, with out a tuneup.

this is true in 1900 and in 2014,

for the same reasons.

spark parts, fluids, belts , and brakes linings do not last forever

it called doing the service points list, stated in the operators guide.

in every car made.



those spark tips, , that is normal.. they wear away, after 30 to 50k miles.

the HV spark actually rips the atoms of metal off the tips.

and is aided by heat.

in fact, the first Atomic Bomb was made this why. (enrichment ways)

read new J. Robert Oppenheimer book (what a read that is!!!)

In electronics it\'s called HV metal migration.... or electrostatic, same.



yes, great call. but is SOP, standard operating procedures.

on some engines, it has COPS, if yes, then putting in new COP

boots, is a win. (too)



i bet the coil pack was ok

and only dirt cheap sparkplugs, and a HV wire set.

id bet. but no miles stated.

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no engine stated? wow. 3.5L? says no gap settings.
its in the FSM. many cars dont put it in the op guide as the plugs
are rated to 80k miles or more, and is not consider, operator deal.
sadly.
and many folks think the new plugs are set in the factory , WRONG. (comment is for J plugs not surface fire tech)

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30,000 miles is about right for changing standard spark plugs. You can install upgraded (and more expensive) Iridium tipped plugs which are claimed to last up to 100,000 miles but on a standard vehicle 30,000 is the correct replacement mileage interval.

Stick to the vehicles recommended service schedule and never mind what your friend says! Afterall these service intervals are already designed for a vehicle running on unleaded!

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