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Asked by Dec 16, 2012 at 07:44 PM about the 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP

Question type: General

What brand, kind of spark plugs do you guys use? I have had very good luck with double platinum and the iradium plugs. The Gtp has 134,000 on it now , and still runs great with 26 mpg on the highway and 19 mpg around here (very hilly country roads). I'm interested what works for everybody else.

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General consensus is to use a single electrode, platinum or iridium plug on those GM V6 engines. It has six plugs with three coils so the plugs are sparking twice a cycle. The cheap and multi electrode plugs don't hold up and cause mis-fires.

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Tenspeed, I was looking for a brand name, I've owned this car since it was new. I've tried Nippondenso, autolite, and of course AC . Now its getting close to it's next plug change. I am curious what the rest of the owners of these fine cars use.

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I've used Bosch and NGK plugs for years with good results. Some guys swear by AC Delcos. It comes down to personal preference, opinion and experience. Check in at GAOwnersClub.com - Grand Am's use the same engines and there is a lot of info there.

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i've done good with AC/Delco rapidfires in the past.. my 2002 camaro used Iridium. 28-19 mpg

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I am looking at gettting Iridium plugs and a 14-15MM Wires for them. But I need to research how far out/in they need to go. I will post once I get it done to let you know. I already have a K&N filter on it. Runs alright although my gas mileage is every 4-5 days fillup.

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