Spark plug replacement on 1996 Chevrolet Impala SS

I recently had extensive repairs, pump, distributor, etc. I find that my car seems to want to stall and has lost alot of power, do you think I need a tune up/spark plug replacement. I have 55,000 miles. I noticed that spark plug replacement maintenance showed at 60,000 miles? Thank you.

by in San Diego, CA on August 20, 2011
2 answers 1 comment
ANSWER by on August 20, 2011
CHANGING YOUR PLUGS FOR MILAGE REASONS IS ALWAYS GOOD, ALTHOUGH I DONT THINK IT WILL FIX YOUR SYMPTOMS. IF IT IS MISFIRING, PLUGS AND WIRES CAN CAUSE THAT, BUT NOT THE STALLING. REC. YOU HAVE THE PROBLEM PROPERLY DIAGNOSED BEFORE YOU THROW PARTS AT IT AND CROSS YOUR FINGERS, HOPE THIS WAS HELPFUL RYAN MODE MODE AUTOMOTIVE 858-361-4645
COMMENT by on August 20, 2011
Thank you so much.
ANSWER by on April 15, 2012
ya if ur car still stalls check all spark plugs and ignition coils this is the reson ur stalling out unless ur terinals to battery arnt titened
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