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Hi. I got a ford mondeo just seen its got champion spark plugs went to owners guide it recommends. motorcraft plugs.would that make a def.?

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No, you just need to make certain that the plugs are the same style and heat range. Naturally, Ford wants you to use their brand of plugs, but Champion is a reputable manufacturer.

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Motocraft is a ford branded plug ( pay more for the name) and is made by other plug manufacturers. as stated , the only thing that matters is the reach ( thread length)
If replacing plugs go for the more expensive platinum plugs ( any brand) and never have to replace them again

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    Thanks Bill..

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