Question about 1999 Toyota Camry
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Didn't pay attention when taking sparkplug wires. Don't know the sequence to replacing them
Posted on Aug 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
In servicing the spark plug . If the owner will be the one to change the spark plug then. the owner should locate the spark plugs . then prepare the equipments that is going to be used to change spark plug .First disconnect the spark plug cable to the spark pug . Then use the equipment to take the spark plug off to the engine. The spark plug should be twisted counter clock wise using the equipment to remove the spark plug.Then replace the spark plug.In returning the spark plug ,using the equipment you have to twist the spark plug clock wise . Then set the distributor shaft turn it according to the proper firing order that will be set to the spark plug if it is 1,3,4,2. Then the distributor shaft mark will be on 1.If 2,3,4,1 then the distributor shaft mark will be on 2. Then connect the spark plug cable , after connecting the owner have to test start the car so that to if it back fires .If it back fires then the owner have to repeat again the setting of the firing order of the spark plug until it will not back fires.If the owner don't have time to do the job in servicing or changing spark plug then the owner have to go to a car mechanic and let them change the spark plug.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
1st coil goes to 2nd plug on lh side
2nd coil goes to 3rd plug on lh side
3rd coil goes to 1st plug on lh side
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
Testimonial: "Exactly what I needed, thanks"
1992 Toyota Camry Sedan
3.0 liter DOHC V-6 (3VZ-FE)
Cylinder # Front, passenger to drivers side 2-4-6
Cylinder # Back, passenger to drivers side 1-3-5
Distributor 12 O'clock post # 6 cylinder
10 O'clock post #1 cylinder
8 O'clock post #2 cylinder
6 O'clock post #3 cylinder
4 O'clock post #4 cylinder
2 O'clock post #5 cylinder
Good luck and hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 12, 2010
The upper intake has to be taken off to get to them. Yes it is a pain in the but, not too hard to do, just bothersome to do this to be able to change plugs. Make sure to be careful when loosening the intake as the head is aluminum and you can damage it if you take a gung-ho approach. You will need to replace the gasket but it is only around 12 -15 $ .
Posted on May 08, 2009
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