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Question DetailsAsked on 6/17/2012

Can spark plug wires last at least 100,000 miles?I drive a PT Cruiser with 58,000 and have just had the plugs changed but not the wires.

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Yes spark plug wires can last 100,000 miles, but i would do an annual inspection on over around five years of age , check for wires being brittle or if an oil leak is near a wire its not good either, check the boots to see if they are still in good shape check for cracks or swelling, oil soaked ,and make sure they are a good distance from the manifold exhaust or headers, if you want to try to make them last you can get more than 100,000 moles out of them.

Answered 7 years ago by kenno25




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