There are many regular, routine maintenance procedures that your Nissan requires to keep it running its best, providing dependable transportation for years to come, and many of these procedures, such as changing your Nissan spark plug wires, are fairly simple to perform. Learning how to do some of the less complicated of these tasks will help you to keep maintenance costs down without sacrificing a bit of the overall well being of your Nissan. Many suggested Nissan maintenance schedules recommend replacing your Nissan spark plug wires at about the 30,000-mile mark. If your Nissan spark plug wires have become worn and are overdue for replacement, you're likely to notice a variety of symptoms that include rough idling and running, as well as acceleration difficulties. Changing your Nissan spark plug wires is fairly simple, and as long as you follow the basic directions, you'll be successful. You'll have one spark plug wire per cylinder, and one end will plug into a spark plug and the other to the distributor cap. Each of your Nissan spark plug wires is located exactly where it should be for the correct firing order, therefore it is important to replace them one at a time, so there is no mistake made as to which wire belongs where. If you install your Nissan spark plug wires in the wrong order, you vehicle will not run properly, and it may not even start at all. Quality does make a difference, so choose your replacement Nissan spark plug wires with care. You are sure to find the correct Nissan spark plug wires for your vehicle from among the affordable, reliable quality options we carry in our easy to use online catalog. You'll quickly locate the best options for your year and model, and those options will include stock style replacements and well as higher performance versions. You can order your Nissan spark plug wires online or by dialing our toll-free telephone number.