Probably the same for my wife's Prius hybrid.Â Don't know because it
130K miles and is still running the original plugsÂ ;-)Â Original
everything except tires.
My old 2000 Honda Insight hybrid used indexed plugs, they cost $$$ and
to order the correct index...Â sold it with just over 100k so I never
changed them either.
At 100K, I changed my C5 Vette plugs.. old ones looked worn but new ones ran
On 12/29/2018 10:22 PM, Carl Halgren via Tigers wrote:
> That plug you are supposed to reach through the hole in the firewall?
> Well, I have a spark plug socket with a hex end on it. I use an open
> end wrench on it. Downside is I am unable to torque it down, except by
> estimation. On the other hand, my Toyota Outback Hybrid, changing
> plugs requires going to the dealer, give him the car for the day, and
> hand over $400.00 to the dealer. Not cheap.
> Carl Halgren
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