New pluds would be an improvement over 30,000 mole plugs.
Thanks for the infoThe schedule from the manual has you replace them like every 12k miles which is ridiculous. If yours are 21 years old I would say yes replace them, if you have put those miles on in the last year?
Pick a number between 3-5 yrs and one between 30k-50k miles and use it for your OEM plug changes, just do it on a consistent basis. And it never hurts to pull them in between to check for running condition and regapping.
The OEM IIRC does have a platinum tip.
Thanks for your helpPull 1 or 2 out and look at it, if the edges of the electrodes are rounded off change them.
Hey I love the play on the missed spelled plug I did! Thanks for the infoNew pluds would be an improvement over 30,000 mole plugs.
Plugs are cheap enough and easy to do...
So I say..If you want to...then do so...
Compared to MANY tasks on the plastic covered Wings...changing the spark plugs is pretty simple... There is only a few pieces of plastic to take off to get at them on each side....Umm which 1500 plugs is easy to do ? The oil drain plug perhaps .Flat 4 family I 'd call easy . Not so much on the 1500 . but thats kust my opinion .