Aright sounds good thanks for the advice nah my bf can tackle it i dont mess with anything under car hood other then oil change or wiper fluids lol
If you do end up ordering from Rock Auto, make sure you use the 5% off coupon. Also order anything else you might need like wipers or filters since you are paying for shipping.Aright sounds good thanks for the advice nah my bf can tackle it i dont mess with anything under car hood other then oil change or wiper fluids lol
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Don't see how this is an issue. I would also advise against anything on the threads unless VW calls for it. Anti-seize acts as a lubricant, you can over torque the plugs without even knowing it and bugger up the threads in the head.I will do them earlier, like 20k miles. I do not like the idea of anything (especially threaded things) sitting in my engine for 60k miles. I definitely want to get some anti-seize compound on those threads ASAP.
See i called a vw specialist of a mechanic that i dealt with before for a full transmission flush and new one in etc he said no too early probably at 90 to 120 thousand in km clicks no idea who to believe lolPersonally, if OP is going to pull them out and inspect, at 71k, I'd just go ahead and replace them anyway no matter what they look like. it's near enough to the interval.
I read maintenance booklet too that came with my car and it stated otherwise literally said every 4 years whatever km you are on you change it didnt say in km intervals just said every 4 years is...My 2017 schedule for all vehicles except electric for USA (included booklet with manual) states every 40k Spark plugs should be replaced in the 1.8 and 2.0T. Shopdap.com says 60k and I can't seem to find my revised maintenance card to double check. I changed mine out at 40k, granted I picked the car up used and figured it was cheap preventative maintenance on a car I knew little about, YMMV.