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VIDEO: Choosing The Right Replacement Spark Plug

If your customer’s vehicle came with an iridium spark plug, they should never replace it with a copper, platinum or double platinum plug.

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Today’s spark plugs last a lot longer than they did in the early years of the internal combustion engine, when plugs had a life expectancy of under 1,000 miles. 

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Spark plugs with tips made from noble metals such as platinum and iridium offer better performance and corrosion resistance than the standard copper/nickel plugs of yesteryear. 

Some spark plugs can be expected to last 100,000 miles or more, although with today’s gasoline direct-injection and turbocharged engines, the change intervals might range from 30,000 to 60,000 miles. 

This video is sponsored by The Pronto Network.

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