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Honda Civic Spark Plug

Your Honda Civic's image demands premium care, which is why it's beneficial to choose AutoZone for your spark plug replacements. Because no engine is built the same, we offer Civic performance spark plugs that are precisely machined for fail-proof action inside each of your cylinders.

The Honda Civic spark plug from AutoZone performs under extreme pressure without causing a build-up from fuel deposits. The high-strength ceramic insert optimizes surface contact and voltage isolation to ensure that each spark happens at the precisely the right time and location. Opting for premium is the best way to avoid a misfire, and with AutoZone's Loan-a-Tool program, our spark plugs for Honda Civic are easy to install.

Importance of Spark Plugs
Keeping your Honda Civic in excellent working repair is not terribly difficult, as most Civics have a long life and are built well. But, over time things wear out and need to be replaced, such as your spark plugs. Some vehicles recommend replacing these every 30,000 miles or so, but check your user's manual to be sure. Spark plugs are important as they are essentially the component that starts your vehicle, by emitting the electricity spark which ignites the fuel and drives your car's pistons. Because the plugs are actually burning off small amounts of metal each time they are used, over time they wear out and cause misfires and other potentially dangerous problems. Find the right spark plugs for your Honda Civic at AutoZone to ensure your vehicle continues to operate safely.

Signs You Need New Spark Plugs
There are a few common signals that indicate when your Civic needs new spark plugs. These include having your car turn off unexpectedly while you're driving or lower fuel economy than usual. Maybe your acceleration is poor, or your check engine light has turned on. The check engine light can signify many other issues of course, so see your mechanic to find out for sure what the issue is. If you know how to check your own spark plugs, measure the gap, look for cracks in the ceramic insulator, and make sure the seal is still intact. When in doubt, it's best to just take the old ones out and replace them with new parts. AutoZone offers the best spark plugs for Honda Civic, including those with a longer life expectancy than 30,000 miles.

Aftermarket Spark Plugs
There are many excellent options when it comes to aftermarket spark plugs for cars and trucks. Especially the longer-life plugs that are coated with precious metals that can last 100,000 miles or more because of their high melting points. For example, spark plugs coated with platinum have a melting point of 3,222 degrees Fahrenheit and iridium has a melting point of 4,429 degrees Fahrenheit.

It's important to read the reviews and determine for yourself which spark plug replacement for Honda Civic will work for you, depending on whether you're more concerned about lower cost today or a longer lifespan for years to come. If you're worried about overall quality of the plugs, choose a set with platinum or iridium center electrodes, a high-quality ceramic insulator, and a spark plug shell plated with nickel or other corrosion-resistant material. The interference suppression resistor is also important, as one of poor quality can cause interference with other electronics in the vehicle and static in your speaker system. AutoZone carries a wide variety of spark plugs to suit your needs and quality preferences, including top brands like ACDelco, Autolite, Bosch, Champion, Denso, NGK, and more.

You can learn more about how spark plugs work and how you can work on them from our helpful guides below:
- The Tools Needed To Change Spark Plugs
- What Kind of Spark Plugs Should I Buy?
- How to Tell If Your Spark Plugs Need to Be Replaced
- How Do I Replace Spark Plugs?