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Old 03-20-2012, 08:45 PM   #1
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61,546 miles!

I got 61,546 miles on my tj and it does shake alittle it be do I got to change my spark-plugs? I'm new to the tj world n just don't know if I need to change my plugs besides I just got it any ideas?

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...... its hard to read something when you forget punctuation and decide to leave out letters or substitute words such as "and" with "n" .. just saying lol anyways, it might not hurt to do a full tune up. Spark-plugs, air filter, and maybe even clean your throttle body.

Damn i wish my TJ only had 61 thousand miles lol 150,000 and running strong

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It shakes? Like the engine shakes? Does it feel sluggish? Is it missing? if its missing I would change plugs also check your fuel injector wires and make sure they are in good shape any codes thrown? did you replace your air filter or atleast check it? need more information?

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New to you......Change it all.....fluids, plugs, cap, wires, fuel and air filters. Start fresh and then you'll know how she runs.
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It shakes? Like the engine shakes? Does it feel sluggish? Is it missing? if its missing I would change plugs also check your fuel injector wires and make sure they are in good shape any codes thrown? did you replace your air filter or atleast check it? need more information?

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No codes or anything! And the air filter is pretty good ones those that u can wash n keep using them! Forgot the brand name of it. Its seems like the motor is the one that shakes but is not a shake like a miss or anything
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Old 03-21-2012, 07:38 AM   #6
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New to you......Change it all.....fluids, plugs, cap, wires, fuel and air filters. Start fresh and then you'll know how she runs.
Yeah up is all new to me and in my I got no wires it got coil packs! And replace the antifreeze air filter I just wash it even tho my air filter case has a hole in it I think I broke for some how.
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...... its hard to read something when you forget punctuation and decide to leave out letters or substitute words such as "and" with "n" .. just saying lol anyways, it might not hurt to do a full tune up. Spark-plugs, air filter, and maybe even clean your throttle body.

Damn i wish my TJ only had 61 thousand miles lol 150,000 and running strong
Lol I'm sorry I just got so use to do it on my txting! Ok so I think I might have to do the whole tune up even tho I only got 61,000 miles seens to me weird cause I'm used to do it like every 100,000 miles on my other truck (nissan).
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Ok just did my tune up.replace the autolite plugs with the oem type of plugs champion! Ne one use other than champions plugs?

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