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What type of spark plugs should i be using for a 1998 Camry. I am having conflicting reports from two different auto repair shops. One says to use Iridium, one says to use platinum. Which one is correct?

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I use NGK on import cars and never had a customer complain,for this one I`ll use iridium NGK brand.

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