Engine Performance
Spark Plugs

You’re probably thinking you should change your spark plugs when you have a tune–up performed but the truth of the matter is the traditional tune–up has evolved as vehicles have changed. The tune–up your father once taught you is long and gone. However, you still need to change your spark plugs. Replacement intervals can range from 30,000 miles to 100,000 miles or every four to six years, depending on the type of spark plugs your vehicle uses. You should always consult your owner’s manual for the proper service interval for your vehicle’s spark plugs. Of course, at Midas we can look up your vehicle’s information in our database and repair your spark plugs accordingly.

Picking the right spark plugs can be intimidating and costly. There are many manufacturers and each of them produces various kinds such as Platinum, Double Platinum, Iridium, Copper Plus, V–Power, Laser Platinum, G Power... It can be confusing! At Midas, we have made selecting the right spark plugs easy and hassle–free. We offer all the leading brands in spark plug technology, as well as a wide selection of economical spark plugs as well.

Faulty spark plugs can cause poor gas mileage, a failed emissions test and poor engine acceleration. Bad spark plugs can also cause misfires, which lead to “Check Engine” or “Service Engine Soon” lights. If you are experiencing symptoms like this you should bring your vehicle to Midas immediately so we can properly diagnose the problem before it can lead to a much more serious and expensive problem.

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