When to Change Your Rolls-Royce’s Spark Plugs
Let’s start off with saying what exactly spark plugs do in the first place. In simple terms, we would just say that your Rolls-Royce can’t start without spark plugs. Their job is to transfer the high-voltage current coming from the ignition coil in order to ignite the combustion chamber which in turn is responsible for powering the engine.
Now that we have this information, let’s see what signs to look for that will let you know the spark plugs in your vehicle are either dead or malfunctioning. If you experience any of the following, get your Rolls to an auto repair shop as soon as possible: the engine takes a while to start; the engine doesn’t start at all; the engine runs rough; the acceleration is slow; the engine misfires; you notice that you are using more fuel than usual.
Now, other than these signs, the other reason to change the spark plugs of your Rolls-Royce would be that this service is due. Usually, it is done every five years or so or at every 30,000 miles. You should consult your owner’s manual because it may vary depending on the model of the Rolls.
Reasons to change the spark plugs:
-Benefits for the environment: there will be less harmful emissions.
- You will get the best fuel economy possible.
- The combustion system will be far more reliable.
- The engine will start without any issues (the start will be as smooth as butter).
I hope that you will choose a good auto repair center than can handle your Rolls-Royce perfectly!