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    Default When to change the plugs

    I have been using altis 2005, recently I felt like a bit heavy running on engine should I change the plugs or any other thing pls advice
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    Get them cleaned first. Maybe that is enough. When mechanic opens the plugs, he will advise whether they need to be changed.

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    Normal plug last 20k - 25 k km

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    Yes. At least 25k.
    and beware of fake ones.
    Quote Originally Posted by asad1 View Post
    Normal plug last 20k - 25 k km

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