Eric1984

Recommended Spark Plugs

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What are the recommended spark plugs for our car (Copper, Iridium..)?

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OEM.

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7 hours ago, Mr.tozzi said:

OEM.

Duh! Even OEM has a brand name.

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If you want to go all in details. Gm oem brand for almost everything is a.c. Delco, part number for your spark spark plug is 12637197.

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Is your car indeed a 2016? unless you put an insane amount of miles on it why are you even looking at spark plugs. 

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Eric,

This is a GM world car.  The plugs are NGK Iridium IFR7X7G

They shouldn't need to be replaced for a good long time on a Gen3 Spark.

https://www.ngk.com/learning-center/article/202/how-long-do-iridium-plugs-last

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Isn't insane mileage one of the reasons for getting a car like this.  My 2017, took delivery May 2017 already has 77,932 miles as of earlier today.

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On 7/18/2018 at 1:07 PM, MacintoshGuy said:

Isn't insane mileage one of the reasons for getting a car like this.  My 2017, took delivery May 2017 already has 77,932 miles as of earlier today.

 

Now I feel a littler better about mine, I thought mine was a little high. It's a 2016, brought it home in February 2016 and it has just over 30k.

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You guys are racking the miles. I have just under 19,000 in just over two years. Its always good to see someone else putting as many miles on a car as I have planned before I sell it. I plan to never have to replace the spark plugs, that'll be a good diy job for the teenager that will probably buy it as their first car.lol

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On 7/25/2018 at 2:32 AM, Eric1984 said:

 

Now I feel a littler better about mine, I thought mine was a little high. It's a 2016, brought it home in February 2016 and it has just over 30k.

I'm over 82,000 miles now.  Then again I have been in 42 states and 3 countries in my Spark.......My wife and I love to take road trips when I have vacations, so we REALLY rack up the mileage, I won't be surprised if my 2017 is over 100,000 by the beginning of 2019.

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Lol my 2017 purchased in Dec 28 2017 has approx 7300 miles and that's only because I took a roughly 2000 mile trip to Florida and back. 

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