At about 50,000 miles, my Ford Focus developed a problem where it would
It happened more often when I was accelerating, and it sounded like a
problem with an obstruction in my fuel tank.
Many people on this newsgroup gave me ideas and lists to work thru,
At the end of the day, all I needed was a new set of spark plugs and
wires, and now my engine runs fantastic again.
Question: Does anyone have any suggestions on what are the best plugs
and wires to use in my Ford Focus?
Technically, the best plugs/wires are the ones you get from the dude in the
parts department at your local Authorized Ford/Lincoln/Mercury dealer.
Technically ;) In reality, any plug that isnt $0.10 will work :)
Also, I'd say if you just do city driving and not that much, and don't put
more than 10,000 miles on in a year, yes, changing plugs every 25,000 or
2.5 years is a good idea.
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