Q: Hello Chris, Do you know how many Spark Plugs do I need to change on my 2008 BMW 750li?

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Hello Chris, Do you know how many Spark Plugs do I need to replace on my 2008 BMW 750li?

My car has 104000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

This engine has eight cylinders with only one spark plug per cylinder. You have a total of eight spark plugs.

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