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    Changing out coils and plugs

    I just gotta say, after the utter torture that is changing the plugs and coils in my van, the Mirage is like a breath of fresh air. Not quite as easy as a Corola, but still, pretty darned easy. I love my little Mirage.


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    Quote Originally Posted by El Kapitan View Post
    I just gotta say, after the utter torture that is changing the plugs and coils in my van, the Mirage is like a breath of fresh air. Not quite as easy as a Corola, but still, pretty darned easy. I love my little Mirage.
    Yep, takes about ten minutes if you take your time. I am getting close to 200k and will be doing plugs again along with another compression test.

    https://mirageforum.com/forum/showth...g-replacement!

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    200k eh? Have you had to do any other work? How often have you changed out trans fluid during this time? I still have not done mine once yet. It might be getting close though.


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