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E36 318IS Tune-up recommendations

Hey Everyone,

What spark plugs, wires and accessories are recommened by all you BMW guru's? Stick with Bosch OR ??? used:

My 318 is running great...

however it has over 220,000 miles and I need to get a CA smog test! :

Soo... I figure I better tune it up first.

Any recommendations on a good Web site to purchase all my goodies?



Thanks!

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bosch ftw... check out ur local pep boys or auto zone

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www.bavauto.com
www.pelicanparts.com

Also a lot of the information for maintiance has already been given and can be found here on this site-
http://www.bimmerwerkz.com/forum/mai...oubleshooting/
There are also other FAQ/DIY subforums that will tell you lots of other information about how and what to use.

If you go with bosch stick with the OEM copper plugs. The platnium +4 is not a good match for our engines.
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