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Do I really need to change the spark plugs on my 2006 Dodge Charager at 30,000 mile ?

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  • Greg Wilkins
    Greg Wilkins May 11, 2010

    Usually plugs will last as long as they don't miss fire. Todays engines are so precise that they aren't hard on plugs.But to do a tune up today its plugs wires and cap and rotor when they have them.
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You shouldnt have to replace them but you do need to remove them clean regap if needed then put antiseize on the treads then put them back in if you do not do this then the plugs will corrode into the cylinder head and when you do replace them they will break off and you will have to tear down top of engine down to remove the head to try to extract what was left inside the head .

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