Question about 2001 Lexus RX 300
Typically modern cars replace there spark plugs around 100,000 miles. As the plugs age (more miles) the gap on the plugs tends to widen. When the gap gets too wide , you walk outside to start your car and it just turns over but refuses to fire up. Some times,if spark plugs are left in the engine for too many miles, they become glued into the head by carbon and corrosion. Worst case scenario , you can not remove them and when you do they damage the threads in the motor head that holds them in. I think if you read your owners manual you will find that you are way over due for replacement. Buy the correct plugs and install them or have them installed and be sure to use Anti-Seize on the threads in case you ever have to do it again.
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
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