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Do i need to change the spark plugs?
2008 Nissan Xterra

Do I need to change the spark plugs?

(2008 Nissan Xterra)
My 2008 Xterra has 100,650 miles. It starts up instantly, run smoothly, gets normal mileage, and all this on the original factory spark plugs. Should I replace them anyway?
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on September 15, 2019
Yes - that’s a good idea.
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on September 15, 2019

You’ll actually notice a difference - spark plugs deteriorate over long periods of time and mileage - the subtle change during that time isn’t readily noticeable.

Engine will operate more smoothly and have better response with new spark plugs - not a drastic change but upon next trip the improvement will be noticeable immediately.

Using original equipment manufactures type spark plugs is imperative !
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on September 15, 2019
Yes - that’s a good idea.
Sign in to reply
on September 15, 2019

You’ll actually notice a difference - spark plugs deteriorate over long periods of time and mileage - the subtle change during that time isn’t readily noticeable.

Engine will operate more smoothly and have better response with new spark plugs - not a drastic change but upon next trip the improvement will be noticeable immediately.

Using original equipment manufactures type spark plugs is imperative !

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