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Old 03-30-2009, 07:55 AM
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How often should I replace Spark Plugs 2006 Charger R/T ?

How often should the spark plugs be replaced, I have heard every 30,000 miles, is this true?
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Yes, R/T's use the standard copper plug 30K is the recommended change interval.
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thanks, thats what I did but the mechanic did not think it was needed
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16 of them every 30,000. Show him the owners manual (In the back of it).
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Yea, a little pricey if you have the dealer do it. It's a simple job, but can be tedious to adjust them right. I can't say I noticed a difference after I had mine done.

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Do it yourself with the below link and save the extra money for future mods. I used Champion Copper plus plugs in mine. Just call ahead and make sure your local parts store has 16 on hand.

http://www.chargerforums.com/forums/...9&postcount=52
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