So I decided to finally change out the plugs at 135k. I've noticed the mileage has dropped a few more than normal at this time of year, so I bought a set of de so iridium plugs. A good friend recommended them, and they were only 6.50 each.[IMG][/IMG]
Gap on original plugs was 39-41. Still in good shape. I'll run these new plugs and monitor them for 5000, and see how they perform.
I spent all my free time for a week reading about the different plugs. All research lead back to the iridium by ngk for 17 bucks a pop as #1, autolite xp as#2 then a few other ngk plugs to fill out the rest. I couldnt find enough to support the e3 plug as a durable plug or any savings.
I wanted 2-3 steps colder, but couldnt find that either. Seems our car takes a unique plug.
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