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Old 09-22-2007, 11:21 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Spark Plugs?

Allright everyone, I'm a total NEWB to the BMW world so try and not be too hard on me. I was wondering if anyone knew of a good spark plug to use in my '02 325 CIc and If I could do the replacement work myself. I have alot of domestic car knowledge, just not alot of BMW knowledge. Thanks for any and all help you all could give me.
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If you want better performance then I would stick with bosch or ngk copper core plugs. If your wanting longevity, then go with platinum plugs.
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Stick with the OEM plugs. Bosch platinum plus 4. I've never seen any improvement with supposed high performance plugs. They may actually do more harm than good. Hope that helps.
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Thanks everyone, one last question....can I change them myself? Haven't looked under there yet to find them
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