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Old 12-08-2004, 02:13 PM   #11
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Thanks for all the input. I'll look at the plugs and/or wires - which of course brings me to another question. The dealer says it doesn't need a tune-up until about 100K miles - is this considered part of the tune-up? Are plugs hard to change in this engine (SSEI)?

I recently changed mine at about 61,000 miles and there wasn't much left of the center electrode, just a tiny tit as compelyc4 mentioned.
Make sure when you are changing your plugs that you wear protection on your arms. I didn't and my arms got all scraped up trying to reach the back plugs. I personally thought it was easier to do the rear ones from below.








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