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NGK Introduces Online Resource for Determining Spark Plug Service Intervals

“For years, the industry has attempted to capture and disseminate this information to ensure consumers and automotive repair technicians were getting optimal ignition performance from today’s complex engines,” said Brian Norko, vice president – aftermarket for NGK Spark Plugs.

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NGK Spark Plugs U.S.A. said it is launching an online resource for determining spark plug service intervals.

The company is including OEM suggested spark plug replacement recommendations in its online parts finder and company-provided ACES data set.

“For years, the industry has attempted to capture and disseminate this information to ensure consumers and automotive repair technicians were getting optimal ignition performance from today’s complex engines,” said Brian Norko, vice president – aftermarket for NGK Spark Plugs. ”This initiative reflects our culture of progression in helping to provide the most accurate, up-to-date and relevant information to the industry and consumers.”

NGK Spark Plugs manufactures ignition products, oxygen sensors, technical sensors and vehicle electronics for virtually every automotive manufacturer in the world, according to the company. In North America, NGK is headquartered in Wixom, Michigan, and maintains manufacturing, inventory and distribution facilities in Irvine, California; Sissonville, West Virginia; and Chicago.

“As the industry leader in spark plug and ignition technology, NGK is committed to providing countermen, technicians and consumers with valuable service-interval recommendations for spark plug lifecycles as specified by domestic and import manufacturers,” the company said in a news release.

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