Question about 2006 Ford Fusion
You can always buy bosch platinum 4 plugs , very highly rated, but as for fuel mileage most of what you read is mostly myth, the gain you get would take forever to make up the difference in price, best to get a good name brand at a level cost, not the cheapest way to go but best for most car use
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: spark plugs
There are many types of fancy plugs out there today. Most will promise one thing or another, and cost more than they should.
Best bet is the OEM plug that came with it. Dodge/Chrysler normally comes with Champion plugs.
They are good and you won't go wrong with them. Your owners manual an local parts store as well will have the part numbers.
As far as mileage goes, proper maint such as air filters, oil changes, and tune ups are the biggy. Second, driving gently instead of like you are in an episode of COPS can make a huge impact on economy. Proper tire inflation is helpful also.
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
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