Q: I have reach a little over 46k miles on my 2015 VW Jetta Base model L4 - 2.0L & is due for spark plugs, what all do I need done?

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I have reached a little over 46k miles on my 2015 VW Jetta Base model L4 - 2.0L & is due for spark plugs, what all services do I need done at this time/are necessary? When my car is turned on and idle it makes a buzzing type noise. The dealer quoted me a large amount to get the spark plugs done.

My car has 46000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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