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Well if you live in detroit, u know it was raining all day <_< But, my car was hesitating today whenever i was sitting at a light or started to go. I've heard before that when its raining some moisture could get into the spark plug wires and cause the car to stall. I havn't replaced the wires, I only have 31,000mi. but it is 10 years old. Should I go ahead and replace them and should I stick to motorcraft or go for some hi-quality stuff?
 
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That is one sign that they are on their way out. It could be a cap and rotor also. Since it's older, may as well give her a tune up (plugs, wires, cap, rotor, filters)
 

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The OEM Motorcraft wires ARE high quality stuff. They are better than most of the generic "performance" wires that the parts store carries. I have the Bosch premium wires on the '92. They are about the same quality as Motorcraft, IMO. If you really want to get the nicest fit & finish, get the Taylor Spiro-Pro wires. They are a bit pricey, but I have never seen a nicer set of wires.
 

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I did the rotor, cap, plugs, fuel filter, and pcv valve last summer.
 
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