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My Sedan just rolled over 100k. I assume plugs are due for a change.

Any insight into the ones to get? Are OEM NGK?

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NGK are the ones you want.
 

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Thanks. Rock Auto has them listed as OEM, but have another, much cheaper NGK Iridium listed as well as compatible.

Does it matter?

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Thanks. Rock Auto has them listed as OEM, but have another, much cheaper NGK Iridium listed as well as compatible.

Does it matter?

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Only to your pocket book....:smile:
 

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Thanks. Rock Auto has them listed as OEM, but have another, much cheaper NGK Iridium listed as well as compatible.

Does it matter?

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The OE one, NGK 93135 {#DILKR7A11} has a platinum ground plated tip. The cheaper one does not mention this. So if you want another 100k out of them, get the OE one.
 

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The cheaper plugs may not last as long but imo it's better to use a plug that gets removed every couple years. I've had to use special extraction tools or pull heads off because the plugs had 100K or better and never been removed in 7 or more years. You can buy a lot of plugs for the money you drop on a head repair.
 

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Hot off Hyundai service site with dealer login, NGK DILKR7A11 is called in the specs portion of shop manual for ignition...
 

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Thanks!

Side note - that took some time! Removal of that large piece above the plugs was a bit time consuming (though following tye manual to remove intake manifold may have led to more work).

Got it done.

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