Q: Hi, I have a Nissan quest se 2004 and I will replace them next week, wich brand would you recommend, the van has Hanshin, I am loo

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Hi, I have a Nissan quest se 2004 and I will replace them next week, wich brand would you recommend, the van has Hanshin, I am looking to buy the spectra premium, airtex or hitachi, please let me know, thanks.

My car has 150000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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