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Old 01-03-2013, 09:00 AM
x3brian x3brian is offline
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Originally Posted by usaret View Post
Just replace the plugs on my 2009 at 102,900. The center electrode was burned off so badly that the resulting gap was .060 (.044 is specs). For that reason I'll be changing them at 75,000 the next time.
Funny you say that. I changed mine at 99k and it was similarly worn.

I got curious and pulled the maintenance guide for the 2010 and they changed the recommendation to 60k miles from 100k. No part number change though.

I am moving to 50k mile changes now.
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