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Change plugs in 2011 V6 at 30k miles?

Discussion in 'Technical Chat' started by iliketurtles, Dec 12, 2012.

  1. iliketurtles

    iliketurtles [OP] Well-Known Member

    Feb 24, 2011
    The manual says to change them at 30k and mentioned something about it being required for the emissions warranty. Is this BS or should I pay the dealership $223 to change them? Could not changing them even effect the emissions equipment? To me it sounds like just another way for them to make money.
  2. samsung

    samsung Well-Known Member

    Jan 2, 2011
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    Sugar Land, Texas
    2011 PreRunner doublecab TRD Offroad
    undercover lid/Ipod integration kit/Pop n lock/bed rug, fumoto drain valve, full piping Wet Okole covers, Blacked out badges, Lamin-X fog light cover yellow, window tint, ARB deluxe bumper with fog light kit,DSM UCA'S,3 support shrockworks sliders,complete OME lift with 886X coil and dakar leaf spring with 3 degree axle shims and center pin lenghtener,warn VR10000 winch,amsteele blue synthetic rope, daystar winch isolator, daystar delrin rollers, IPF 900xs Extreme Driving H9 Kit 900XSD (900XSD),Horn on fire with shot Penning,
    you need to change them @ 30k not only for emissions but also to make sure your plugs doesn't seize up in the aluminum block. you can buy the stock plugs at the dealer for around $4 each and change them out your self. very easy to do.:)
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