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Spark plug gap

I need to know the gap for spark plugs on my 88 Camry with a 2.0 liter engine.

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  • sherube Oct 27, 2008

    anyone know what the spark plug gap should be set at for an 88 toyota camry with a 2.0 liter engine?

  • sherube Oct 28, 2008

    Thanks for the info, however, the plugs I bought were pre-gapped at .044 so I called another auto parts store to double-check and they conirfmed that setting for the 88 Camry. I lost my manual and life hasen't been the same since.

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