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At what mileage should spark plugs be changed

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If you are driving a newer car and they're the platinum series type plug. you shouldn't even have to worry about looking at them until 100K miles.

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Plugs should be change at 40 k/4years as part of the big service.(cambelt at 60k)

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It should tell you in your owners manual.

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