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Can I run p unleaded in my car. I had to use it the station run out of r unleaded. Now my car runs faster and better. Well it hurt it down the road

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It will not harm the car.

Posted on Nov 06, 2010

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30,000 miles is about right for changing standard spark plugs. You can install upgraded (and more expensive) Iridium tipped plugs which are claimed to last up to 100,000 miles but on a standard vehicle 30,000 is the correct replacement mileage interval.

Stick to the vehicles recommended service schedule and never mind what your friend says! Afterall these service intervals are already designed for a vehicle running on unleaded!

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