3 Reasons To Upgrade to 2012-16 Hyundai Elantra Spark Plugs LKR7DIX-11S by NGK Spark Plugs
Is your 2012-16 Hyundai Elantra 4Cyl 1.8L in line for for spark plug replacement? Instead of swapping your old spark plugs with generic spark plugs, try installing the LKR7DIX-11S by NGK Spark Plugs. This company has been producing aftermarket spark plugs for over eight decades. It has improved the designs of its spark plugs over time and has assimilated advanced technologies to improve their efficiency. Therefore, with these spark plugs, you are certain of better ignition system functionality and reliability. The spark plugs are $7.49 a piece. Below, we will discuss the following:
1. What is a spark plug?
2. What are three reasons to upgrade?
3. Why buy the spark plugs LKR7DIX-11S by NGK Spark Plugs?
What is a Spark Plug?
A spark plug helps to start and control the burning of air and fuel in your engine’s combustion chambers. It transmits sparks or electric charges from the car’s ignition system into an engine combustion chamber, igniting the fuel/air mixture. There is a spark plug for each cylinder of your engine. Therefore, a 4Cyl 1.8L engine like that of your 2012-16 Hyundai Elantra requires the same number of spark plugs as there are cylinders.
What are Three Reasons to Upgrade?
Lower Maintenance Costs
It will cost you $7.49 to buy one of the spark plugs LKR7DIX-11S, so to change all the spark plugs of your 2012-16 Hyundai Elantra, you will use approximately $30 on spark plugs alone. The generic replacements are lower-priced ($3 a piece or less), but you will have to replace them every 30,000 to 50,000 miles. On the other hand, with these NGK spark plugs, you will have lengthier replacement intervals of [between 60,000 to 100,000 miles] (https://www.ngkntk.in/5-reasons-to-upgrade-your-spark-plugs/). Therefore, when using generic spark plugs, you will wind more on spark plug replacement service in the long run.
With the first-rate materials and advanced and more effective design, the spark plugs LKR7DIX-11S require less charge to deliver sparks into the engine cylinders. As a result, current tends to flow through the ignition coil primaries of these plugs for more prolonged, enhancing performance and increase fuel economy.
Improved Consistency in the Winter
Cold temperatures can affect the functioning of your car’s battery, impairing its ability to hold or release electric charges. As a result, your spark plugs may not receive as much electric charge as they would otherwise get from the battery to start the car. The good thing is that the spark plugs LKR7DIX-11S do not require as much charge as generic spark plugs to produce focused sparks. So, you are more assured of being able to start the 4Cyl 1.8L engine of your 2012-16 Hyundai Elantra in the winter with these spark plugs.
Why buy the spark plugs LKR7DIX-11S by NGK Spark Plugs?
- Vast Experience: NGK Spark Plugs, headquartered in Nagoya, Japan, have been developing spark plugs for many years. So, it has been doing so for longer than most other spark plug manufacturers around the world. Therefore, you cannot go wrong with their spark plugs LKR7DIX-11S.
- Impeccable Reputation: [NGK Spark Plugs] (https://ngksparkplugs.com/en/about-us/contact) has an unblemished reputation for making reliable and high-quality products, which is why its products are highly sought after. It supplies many top car manufacturers with OE automotive products, and it also serves the global aftermarket spark plugs market.
- Affordable: The spark plugs LKR7DIX-11S are just a bit more expensive than regular spark plugs, but they will reduce your maintenance costs substantially over time.
- Made in: NGK Spark Plugs produces its spark plugs in Nagoya, Japan, so its products are regulated by the Japan Auto Parts Industries Association (JAPIA). JAPIA sets quality standards for Japanese auto part manufacturers.
Specifications and Features
Ground Electrode Tip Design: Taper cut
Ground Configuration: Standard
Ground Electrode Core Material: Nickel core
Center Electrode Core Material: Copper core
Center Electrode Tip Material: Iridium
Gap Size: 0.044
Ground Electrode Quantity: 1
Hex Size: 5/8"
Insulator Height: 51.00
Manufacturer Heat Range: 7
Seat Type: Sus gasket
Thread Diameter: 12.00
padb-1155: Taper cut
padb-1159: Nickel core
padb-547: Copper core
padb-555: Sus gasket
Material: Iridium ix
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