Question about Toyota RAV4
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
With the cars computers and electronic fuel controls and ignition controls, about all that is needed any more for a tune up is to replace the spark plugs and or the spark plug wires. You can have the injectors cleaned, or add a fuel additive / injector cleaner in your tank. But thats about it. Check any belts and change the oil.
Posted on Feb 27, 2010
Go to the dealer and get the recommended plugs. The litttle boxes are actually coil packs; carefully disconnect electrical connector, remove bolt(s), twist coil pack left and right and pull it off the plug. Unscrew plug with proper socket then remove. You may need a piece of vacuum hose to install the new ones. Put hose snugly over the plug and carefully start to thread it in. Also put on a little anti sieze compound on the plug's threading before installation. Ask for any other help.
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
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