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they come with platnium plated spark plugs that should last 100,000 miles. I chanfge mine at 50,000 no matter what for the plug wire are shot by then. Why do both at the same time? Platnium is a coating which wears away in city driving more than highway I have learned. It is up to you and better fuel milage is always a plus for me

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plugs should be changed every 50k.

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