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Change spark plugs 2007 grand vitara . i think cosumes more gas because needs to change park plugs

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  • global1207 Nov 06, 2010

    I will answer for free, if you will provide right information:
    Year, Make, Model one car only not two cars?
    How many miles you have, odometer readings?
    Did you serviced the car at 30K,60K and 90K?
    Did replaced the timing belt/chain?
    What was the Brand name and, model number of spark plugs installed in your car?

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Well, a tune up which consists of a new air filter, new spark plugs, and spark plug wires can save up to 10% in gasoline.

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