How do I contact NGK?
Visit NGK’s “Contact Us” page to email technical support, or call their tech line, available 8:30am-7pm, Monday-Friday, EST at 1-877-473-6767, prompt #2.
Who owns NGK?
(日本特殊陶業株式会社, Nihon Tokushu Tōgyō kabushiki gaisha) is a public company established in 1936 and based in Nagoya, Japan. NGK manufactures and sells spark plugs and related products for internal combustion engines, along with ceramics and applicable products….NGK.
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Where is NGK located?
NGK is a manufacturing company based out of Nagoya, Japan. The NGK Spark Plug manufacturing plant opened in Sissonville, West Virginia, in 1995. The Sissonville plant now produces oxygen sensors and spark plugs for internal combustion engines, along with ceramics and applicable products.
Are NGK good spark plugs?
Consistently high quality, a comprehensive applications catalog and time-proven performance make NGK an excellent choice for standard electrode and noble metal wire tipped spark plugs.
How long are spark plugs good for?
A standard copper spark plug has an average life span of 10,000-20,000 miles. Silver plugs, used for older vehicles, can last up to 20,000 miles. Expensive iridium spark plugs or platinum spark plugs can last 60,000 miles. Extended life spark plugs or long life spark plugs can last 100,000 miles.
What is the full form of NGK?
NGK (an abbreviation for Nandha Gopalan Kumaran) is a 2019 Indian Tamil-language political action film written and directed by Selvaraghavan. Suriya, Sai Pallavi, and Rakul Preet Singh play the lead roles while Devaraj, Ponvannan, Nizhalgal Ravi, and Rajkumar play pivotal roles.
Are NGK better than Bosch?
NGK spark plugs are more expensive than Bosch’s spark plugs, but their quality is outstanding. They offer excellent performance and perform better in colder weather conditions.
How do you know if spark plugs need changing?
Changing spark plugs could be a good idea when…
- Your check engine light comes on.
- Your car has trouble starting.
- You’re filling up the gas tank more often.
- The engine idles roughly (and you can hear it!).
- Your car won’t accelerate quickly.
- Per the manufacturer, it’s time!