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News   June 22, 2011   by Auto Service World

Federal-Mogul Offering Rebates of Up to $40 on Champion Spark Plugs

Consumers can receive mail-in rebates of up to $40 when they tune up their automotive engines with Champion spark plugs between July 1 and November 30, 2011.
To help remind consumers that Champion is the smart choice for virtually any engine, Federal-Mogul will offer mail-in rebates of $2.50 per Champion Iridium spark plug, $2 per plug for Champion Double Platinum Power and Platinum Power spark plugs, and 50 cents per plug for Champion Copper Plus spark plugs. Rebate is limited to 16 purchased spark plugs. Visit for rules and online rebate processing.
“As one of the best-known global automotive brands, Champion is synonymous with advanced technology, superior performance, trusted reliability and motorsports dominance for millions of consumers and service professionals. Now customers can save on their plug purchases while enhancing engine efficiency, reliability and power with our most popular plug designs,” said Champion brand manager Ann Skrycki-Mohler.
Available for virtually any popular late-model application, Champion Iridium spark plugs feature a fine-wire iridium center electrode and the brand’s exclusive Heat-Active alloy for maximum performance and long life. Double Platinum Power spark plugs are equipped with two platinum conductors and the Heat-Active alloy, ensuring exceptional performance in virtually any domestic or foreign-nameplate engine. The single platinum conductor in Platinum Power plugs helps provide better ignitability and smoother idle under a wide range of operating conditions. The brand’s Copper Plus spark plugs feature nickel alloy center and ground electrodes for strong performance and long life.
For more information regarding Champion spark plugs, visit
To identify the best Champion plug for any application, please use the free electronic catalogue. Federal-Mogul also offers the small-engine spark plug electronic catalogue for smart phone users.

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