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Old March 7th, 2018, 10:44 AM
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Hi all, how do we feel about replacing plugs on the base V6 4.2 engine? ('06 LS 95.5K miles) Really necessary at 100k just on principle, or no? Vehicle definitely doesn't have a perfect/strong start, kind of a weak rumble after ignition and a slight rough idle. RPM's are good during idle though. Was going to use Bosch 2x Platinums, should I stick with Delco's when it comes to plugs? (the Bosch's are pre gapped)
Also, I have the opportunity to buy parts, mostly Delco/near OEM, super discounted, what should I grab?
O2 sensors, T-stat, throttle body parts, H2O pump parts? Was wondering if any of these are known issues/ recommended at 100K? (Aside from what any maintenance manual may say) I'm a firm believer in not tinkering with engines and if it ain't broke, don't fix it, but believe in preventative maintenance as well. THANKS ALL! Grateful for any input!

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Use Ac/Delco irridium, 41103 plugs. People have reported issues with other makers plugs .
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appreciate the input and confirmation. I've seen the accounts of having problems with other than Delco. Should just always go with instinct
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If you can get Delco parts at super discounted parts, then don't hesitate and go for it! I used to have a V6 4.3. I changed the plugs at a little over 100,000 miles and the old ones looked almost as good as the new ones.
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