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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Changing the spark plugs is a pretty easy task. The spark plugs run along both sides of the engine, 1 per cylinder. (3 on each side) You can easily identify them by the plug wires running to them from the distributor. Pop off each plug wire, (1 at a time) and replace the spark plug. Once you have replaced the plug, replace the plug wire. This ensures that you dont mess up the sequence of the wires which determines which cylinder fires at what time in the cycle. VERY important not to mess up the sequence. If you should happen to get the wires mixed up, look online for the firing sequence for your vehicle and engine.
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
You need to remove the coil packs that are located above the valve cover. It is important to get the correct spark plugs from toyota. Aftermarket plugs are not recommended.
Posted on Jan 11, 2010
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