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Chevrolet Equinox Spark Plug

Your Chevrolet Equinox has everything you need in a compact-crossover SUV - roominess, dependability and ability to manage rugged terrain when you need it to. Be sure to choose the correct type of Equinox performance spark plugs based on what is best for your vehicle by shopping the extensive selection at AutoZone.

Spark plugs are designed to withstand heat and also to resist deposits from fuel additives. Some engines additionally require a hot plug with a special ceramic insert to reduce the amount of its surface area that comes in contact with metal. Other vehicles require cold plugs with more surface area. AutoZone's knowledgeable staff is available to offer advice about the Chevy Equinox spark plugs you need when you visit your local store.

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Harry

in 12 days

Ac Delco 41-108 spark plugs fit perfectly. Ease to install in both of my 2013 Chevrolet equinox 2.4l engines.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2013 Chevrolet equinox 2.4l

Ac Delco 41-108 spark plugs fit perfectly. Ease to install in both of my 2013 Chevrolet equinox 2.4l engines.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2013 Chevrolet equinox 2.4l

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Great for GM 2.4L Ecotec

yettavr6

in 3 months

Tuned up my mom's 2011 Chevy Equinox 2.4L with AC Delco plugs at around 50k miles, didn't notice much difference except maybe slightly easier starting. Just put these in at 80k miles and I swear it has a bit better pickup now. We've been driving her car from Boston to Philly on a monthly basis and this last time we got much better MPG than usual (almost 25 vs. 23) and I swear there was much less downshifting and overall the car just felt more powerful. Still not going to win any drag races but I'm happy I went with these vs. the AC Delco again

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2011 Chevrolet Equinox LTZ

Tuned up my mom's 2011 Chevy Equinox 2.4L with AC Delco plugs at around 50k miles, didn't notice much difference except maybe slightly easier starting. Just put these in at 80k miles and I swear it has a bit better pickup now. We've been driving her car from Boston to Philly on a monthly basis and this last time we got much better MPG than usual (almost 25 vs. 23) and I swear there was much less downshifting and overall the car just felt more powerful. Still not going to win any drag races but I'm happy I went with these vs. the AC Delco again

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2011 Chevrolet Equinox LTZ