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Thread: Jeep JK 2007-2011 Spark Plugs and Ignition Wires Write Up

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    Fresh Catch ImLost7's Avatar
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    Feb 2014
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    I used this guide twice on my 09 Sahara. First at 73K and again at 115K. Great write up and thanks.

    My idle started getting rough and then today I got a P3040 error and decided to change the plugs to see if that would fix it. As I grabbed the wire boot on #4 cylinder, it crumbled and basically failed. There is a good reason to change both of these at the same time. (for the record, I did replace my wires at 73K as well).

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    This is an awesome write up. I am kinda thinking once I get settled in I am going to do mine since I have around 150,000 on it!
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    Wish I had seen this write up sooner. Just did mine @ 165k and from the looks of it factory plugs and wires were still in service. Good riddance!

    I was doing a brake job at the time and took advantage of being wheel-less on the passenger side. The fender came off as well and in need of new clips I now understand why people refer to it as the “Stealership”..... $78 for 2 fender clips and 5 of those Christmas trees. Poor gal told me I was getting “at-cost”. Purchased 2x the clips and trees at autozone for $4.

    Denver, Colorado

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