Question about 1995 Toyota Camry
If you go away from manufacturer brand then Bosch makes good plugs. Unless you have a high performance car then it isnt really necessary to be the high dollar plugs. The most important thing is to make sure youg et your gap right before installing. to check your gap just buy a 99 cent gapper and check one of your old ones when you remove it.
Personnaly, I go with the manufacturer brand on my cars.
My ford uses motorcraft and my 70 mustang uses Autolite.
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
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