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Changing Spark Plugs

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#1 OFFLINE   Marlin Woodum

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Posted 22 October 2016 - 04:30 PM

I went to the auto parts store and bought irridium spark plugs . I cracked one of the sparks and I had to use a platium spark plug the car did not run well so I went a replaced it with an irridium spark plug and the car runs better but still now running well. Is there a specific type of spark plug that I need to by for my 2010 ford fusion hybrid.?

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#2 OFFLINE   murphy


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Posted 23 October 2016 - 07:40 AM

You need the exact same plugs that the car was delivered with.  It has an Atkinson cycle engine instead of the Otto cycle engine used in non-hybrid cars.

They are supposed to be good for 100,000 miles.  Have you exceeded 100,000 miles?

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