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What does a spark plug do?
A spark plug sits in the engine head of your car. It provides the spark that ignites the fuel, creating the combustion that drives the car. If it fails, your car may not start.
What causes a spark plug to break?
There are many factors which can cause a spark plug to break or burn out, such as:
- Damage caused by an overheated engine or radiator
- Oil contamination
- Carbon buildup
If you suspect the spark plug in your car is burnt out or broken, schedule a replacement of parts with one of our Natrad technicians.
Can I drive with a bad spark plug?
We don’t recommend driving if your spark plug isn’t working properly — it can cause damage to your engine, or other parts within your car.
So, if you suspect that the spark plug in your car is faulty, book a service with a qualified technician.
Why types of car brands does Natrad supply car plugs for?
We supply spark plug parts for a wide range of car brands, including:
- Mercedes Benz
And many more!
Why do you recommend Denso spark plugs?
Denso spark plugs are made from high-quality materials and offer the smallest centre electrode diameter. This means that performance and fuel economy can be improved. As a Denso spark plugs Australian supplier, we stock a wide range of the best spark plugs to suit both your performance requirements and your budget.
When does a spark plug need upgrading?
Signs that your spark plugs may need replacing include poor starting, less power, rough idling or poor fuel economy.
If you’ve increased your engine power output, weekly mileage, or the environmental operating conditions of the car, it pays to check that the spark plug is still suitable. A Natrad technician can advise you on the best spark plug for your vehicle.
How long do spark plugs last?
Spark plug lifespan can vary depending on your vehicle’s operating conditions and engine health. When it’s hotter, there’s a higher load on the engine, and spark plugs fail sooner. If your car is due for service before summer, this is an excellent opportunity to get the spark plugs checked and upgraded if required.
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