NGK Spark Plugs Archives - Brake & Front End
Training Techniques to Teach Today’s Techs

The need, dependency and resources for training continue to grow. This video is sponsored by The Group Training Academy.

Learn To Advise Customers, Not Just Sell Them

Service advisors are a liaison between the tech and the customer. This video is sponsored by The Group Training Academy.

AMN Drivetime: NGK’s Brian Norko (VIDEO)

Norko credits an important mentor in his career for helping him learn the key to being a successful sales professional.

AMN Drivetime: NGK’s Brian Norko (PODCAST)

Norko credits an important mentor in his career as helping him learn the key to being a successful sales professional.

VIDEO: Why Do Spark Plugs Have A Smaller Gap?

A tighter spark plug gap can increase power and reduce emissions. This video is sponsored by NGK and NTK.

VIDEO: Why Should You Replace All The Coils And Plugs?

Bad plugs could be the root cause of coil failure. This video is sponsored by NGK and NTK.

VIDEO: Understanding The Need For Vehicle Speed Sensors

Speed sensors provide crucial vehicle information. This video sponsored by NGK Spark Plugs.

NGK, NTK Announce Carry-Forward Programs

Update impacts more than 13 million VIO for spark plugs and nearly 4 million PIO for oxygen sensors.

Why Do Modern Vehicles Require Precious Metal Spark Plugs?

Understanding modern ignition systems will help complete preventative engine maintenance during tune-ups.

NGK Becomes Official Spark Plug Of Kalitta Motorsports

The marketing partnership, which will officially begin in 2020, will see every race car in the Kalitta Motorsports stable use NGK Spark Plugs in all NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series events.

NGK Expands Sponsorship With NHRA Top Sportsman Driver Don O’Neal

The sponsorship with O’Neal has been extended through the 2019 season, and NGK will take the primary entitlement spot on the hood of his 632 Big Block Chevy.

Why Modern Ignition Systems Require Precious Metal Plugs

Vehicle technology is continually advancing to meet consumer demand for better fuel economy, as well as government requirements for fewer emissions. The result is downsized engines with less displacement for fuel combustion, forcing original equipment manufacturers to design advanced spark plugs using precious metals to improve engine performance and reliability.