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Which spark plug works better on a toyota tazz 1.3 2003 model.I have used bosch and lasted a long time and I have used ngk and got lots of problems with slight slagging as I pull away from 0-25 km/h?

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Use the one that works best. I always use original equipment. What the manufacturer calls for. Expensive, sometimes yes. But they never come back.

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the best plugs to use are always champion you never can go wrong with those.

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SOURCE: I had replaced spark plugs with NGK BKR6E-11. The

You said you replaced the plugs with the same type.NGK BKR6E-11...
This will not drastically change fuel consumption.The maker of the car puts a lot of time and money into designing the car and even its sparkplugs that are to be used.Look at engine tune,airfilter blockage before you start changing plugs.Wrong plug.Engine blows up.Stick with the basics before you may do engine damage.Hope this helps

Posted on Dec 08, 2009

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you need to replace your top gasket i had the same problem with my tazz the car decided to start over heating and used alot of water so take it away and have it fixed before your problem becomes bigger and i payed R1000 to have my car fixed properly

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have you checked your oil by pulling the dipstick? does it look deep brown?if so. there is water or coolant present in engine!!do not run the engine.if you see brown sludge on the oil dipstick,there is a blown head gasket.if you open your radiator and you see oil floating in there, suggest a blown head gasket.if you have oil or antifreeze coming out of exhaust,you have a blown head gasket in the motor.oil mixing with the water is never a good thing motor wise. suggest you not run the engine until you get a pro. to see,or you run risk of loosing engine.hope this helps and thank you for choosing fixya.com we are here always to assist the people that want to know for sure,

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