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'03 crv has 60,000 miles. I would like to replace the spark plugs

The Honda CRV runs fine but I believe the plugs should be changed. Are there any complications to be aware of ? I am mechanically inclined.

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Make sure the plugs are gapped to spec, before installing, check condition of plug wires as you do the change, or change them at the same time to be sure.

Hope this helps.
Ed

Posted on Apr 20, 2009

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