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post #1 of 7 Old 02-06-2017, 05:34 AM Thread Starter
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OEM Spark Plugs

What type of plugs used on the trax?? Is it already iridium??

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Is it not listed in the O & M Manual...? Then just do a google search for that listed. You can answer your own question.
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http://parts-catalog.acdelco.com/cat...log_search.php

Above is the AC Delco part search for a 2015 Chevy Trax
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Are you planning on changing the plugs?
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The iridium spark plugs are supposed to be good for 60k miles. I changed them on my Saturn Ecotec engine at 50k miles and they still looked just as good as the new ones.
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Are you planning on changing the plugs?
If the stock plugs are iridium i don't need to change it. Just follow the periodic maintenance to change it. Some people tell me that iridium plugs are better than copper plugs, is this true??

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Manufacturers say the original plugs will last 100K miles.

I have taken out plugs that had 100K on them, yes they still look good,

I changed the plugs on my neighbors Buick, the owners said the car felt like it had more power, with a fresh set of standard plugs.

Plugs take an awful beating, for 8 to 12 bucks, I think changing them every few years wouldn't be a bad idea.
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