Spark Plugs on 2003 Audi A4 Quattro

Do I have to used Audi spark plugs or can I use plugs recommended from Advance Auto parts?

by in Tampa, FL on June 01, 2009
3 answers
ANSWER by on June 01, 2009
I ran in to a similar question when I was servicing my younger brother's Audi A4. The owner's handbook was not very helpful when identifying spark plugs or transmission and differential fluids that were readily available. Everything said see dealer for current recommendations. I dislike Bosch Platinum, and Autolite plugs,I like NGK, and Denso. Advanced Auto probably have the correct
ANSWER by on June 03, 2009
I would urge you to use the dealer supplied genuine part. Usually manufactured by NGK or Beru. Various issues related to cold start/performance and misfires are related to aftermarket spark plugs. This statement is based on years of experience.
ANSWER by on January 28, 2011
http://www.a4mods.com/index.php?page=webcontent/pages/copperplugs.html&category=1 follow this link these guys know what they are talking about. I use the NGK spark plugs like they do and have had great success!
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