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Do you think i might need to save up for an engine are another vehicle

Ive had plug and wire change and it seem like it got louder

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What got louder the motor or the exhaust sound?

Spark Plugs & Wires should not change the sound of
the motor

Have you asked the shop that worked on it if they noticed
anything difference or did other adjustments?

I wouldn't put large amounts of money into a 1996 vehicle

It is 18 years old, keep it going for a couple years, as long as the
repairs are not more than $300 a couple times a year

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