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Do you need to change the spark plugs with every oil change?

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2005-11-11 18:14:36
2005-11-11 18:14:36

It's a good idea. Spark plugs keep your engine happy and will make sure you have no trouble starting your car. Also, if you do it yourself, you want to make sure they are 'pre-gapped' or make sure you know how to gap them yourself.

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