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Old 03-30-2010, 12:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Who makes the OEM Subaru spark plugs for a 2007 H-4 non-turbo? They are $45+ shipping new online:

http://www.subarupartsforyou.com/cp_...hp?partid=3187

part number: 22401AA65A X4

I was wondering if I could find them locally and cheaper. Or maybe the OEM ones are the best??? Any ideas??? Thanks!
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Wow, thats pricey. I picked up mine at checker. NGK copper. I matched the model number that came out of the engine.

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Who makes the OEM Subaru spark plugs for a 2007 H-4 non-turbo? They are $45+ shipping new online:

http://www.subarupartsforyou.com/cp_...hp?partid=3187

part number: 22401AA65A X4

I was wondering if I could find them locally and cheaper. Or maybe the OEM ones are the best??? Any ideas??? Thanks!
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They are NGKs, the NGK model number is listed in the Owner's Manual. Or you can pull a plug and read what is stamped on it. I bought mine from Rock Auto. The ones from a Subaru dealer are exactly the same as you would purchase anywhere else, just marked up a bit more.
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They are NGK plugs. Most auto parts stores carry them.
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Owner's manual. Good idea. They are FR5AP-11 (NGK) for the 4-cylinder non-turbo. $6 per plug from Advance Auto Parts. Not bad.

Looks like they can be replaced without removing the washer fluid tank or anything else if you use a flex-joint on your socket wrench extension to get in there....
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Owner's manual. Good idea. They are FR5AP-11 (NGK) for the 4-cylinder non-turbo. $6 per plug from Advance Auto Parts. Not bad.

Looks like they can be replaced without removing the washer fluid tank or anything else if you use a flex-joint on your socket wrench extension to get in there....
Buy those they work fine.
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