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    Default Megane F4R wet plugs...

    Coming up to 60,000 Kms so time for plugs as well as an engine and transmission oil change.

    Have never laid a finger on these before, they were still the factory items - and I had not appreciated that the coil packs were so lacking in sealing... Was pretty horrified to find this!! Will not be hosing off the top of engine again unless I'm prepared to pull the coils out afterwards...

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    They have never once misfired. I am very impressed with the sealing boot thingy on the end of Beru coil packs!!

    Am tiring of all this messy and smelly oil and sparky nonsense though... Wouldn't be doing any of this on an electric car!

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    Renaults came from the womb with champion plugs?

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    Well spotted!

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    Hey haakon diesel's don't require you to change spark plugs, maybe that's your next step!
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