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4.2 tune up question

I have 115k on my engine and think its time for new plugs and wires and such. Do the coil packs on these things need to be replaced as well?

I dont think its relevant but its in my 05 freestar. Thanks!
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I figured it either works or not but just wante to be sure. Thanks!
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