I have no problems using Bosch plugs, if they’re the oem plugs for a particular application
To be so clear, that there can be no misunderstanding . . . if the owner’s manual lists Bosch plugs with such and such number, then I have no problem using them.
I don’t waste money installing bosch 4 electrode plugs in a model year 1992 Corolla that never came with them . . . and also won’t benefit from them
We stock some Champion plugs at work . . . for lawn mowers, weed whackers, onboard generators and a few other such applications
I’m not sure what you’re getting at with your previous comment . . .
I’m not using an autolite plug if it’s incorrect for the particular application
But I’m not going to make blanket statements, either, such as . . . autolite plugs are junk
I’m not dropping my car off an at independent shop for an ignition tune-up and telling them “I don’t care what brand spark plugs you install” . . . that’s not the right approach, in my opinion
I talked to one of my counselors yesterday and gave him some automotive advice. I told him to NEVER drop off your car at a shop with an open pocket book, so to speak. That’s what he’s been doing all these years, and he’s been taken advantage of several times so far. He had thought that was the only way to have your car worked on.
I’m not working on his car myself . . . He’s my counselor. We have a professional relationship. I also wouldn’t work on my dentist’s car or my gastroenterologist’s car. Completely inappropriate