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My car has 15000Km, when should i change sparkplugs and what is the best sparkplug i could use with good performance gain
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post #2 of 7 Old 11-11-2007, 04:42 PM
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Oh I feel so dumb about this but here it goes. I've had my WRX for almost 3 years and I still don't know how you change the spark plugs on it. How the hell are you supposed to do it?
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Did you read the link i posted?It has links to sparkplug removal instructions with pictures.You might need to register first with Scoobymods or you can just do a Google search and find it some where else.

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changing the plugs on a subaru in really not that hard. Its harder than say a honda, but a hell of alot eaiser that a Camaro ss, that has to be the hardest car I ever changed plugs on.

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^^^^ i agree it looks like a pain in the ass compared to our cars, i got a few friends with those LS1's. european cars are the worst.

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had an ls1.. was a pain lol... but do plugs and wires on a LT1... now thats a challenge...

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