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What spark plug is recommended for 2.4 turbo engine

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That is in your owners manual
On most vehicles it may be on a
label under the hood
It is shown on all auto parts web sites,
although those list anything that fits,
so as you asked, you need to follow
the description for OEM Plugs

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