How to replace spark plugs with electric cars

A spark plug replaced by an electric car will be the new norm within five years, according to a study released today.

The study, released by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy Research Office, analyzed more than 500 plug-in electric vehicles sold between 2010 and 2019.

The majority of vehicles were sold to consumers in the U, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

In many cases, the vehicles had one or two spark plugs installed, according the report, which looked at the lifespan of the plug-ins.

However, many of the plugs were replaced with more advanced versions of the same technology.

The report, titled “Plug-in Electric Vehicles: The New Normal,” comes as automakers are scrambling to find a way to get plug- in electric vehicles on the road.

The cars have gained popularity since they can be plugged in at home, while the plugless version is not required.