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If you’ve been driving the same car for a number of years, then you may be wondering, “When do I change spark plugs?” If you’re interested in learning how often to change spark plugs, the experts at Cornerstone Plymouth would tell you that the general rule lands around every 30,000 miles. However, the actual number of miles could depend on the vehicle you’re driving, so be sure to check your owner’s manual for more specific information. Want to know more about spark plugs? Let the Cornerstone Plymouth technicians tell you all about this important vehicle component.
Spark plugs are a part of your vehicle’s ignition components and works by moving the high voltage current from the ignition coil to ignite the combustion chamber when you start up your car. While you should be able to go 30,000 miles before changing your spark plugs, you will want to keep an eye out for some malfunctions that can occur thanks to failing spark plugs. Here are some signs to look out for:
While the main benefit of changing your spark plugs obviously comes from the fact that you can avoid the issues we listed above, there are additional benefits to changing your spark plugs before they begin to malfunction. Keep up to date on your vehicle’s maintenance schedule and get these benefits when you change your spark plugs:
If your car is having any of the problems we listed above, or if you simply think you’ve gone too long with your current spark plugs, then come to the service center at Cornerstone Plymouth! We’re located in Plymouth, which is just a short drive from Maple Grove and Minnetonka. Contact us today for more information on any maintenance issue, schedule a service appointment, and browse our service specials to save some money!