Question about 1990 Toyota Tercel
What kind of plug and the gap
You need "DENSO" plugs, W16EXR-U11
Toyota part number 90919-01091
The plugs are pre-gapped if you get them at a Toyota dealer, otherwise, set them to .032"
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
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