Question about 2008 Toyota Yaris 1.3
Spark plug gap
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First you must remove the plastic cover from on top of the engine to access the ignition coils. The next step is to remove the ignition coils. To do this you must carefully disconnect the plug by holding down the plastic tab while pulling the plug off the coil. Then you must remove the small bolts holding the coils to the valve cover. Pull the coils straight out. To remove the spark plugs you will need a torque wrench, long extension and a self holding spark plug socket. All these can be bought at your local auto parts store. The spark plugs are removed by unscrewing them from the cylinder head and pulling them straight out. Installation is the reverse of removal. The spark plugs are tightened to 25 foot pounds of torque and the small bolts for the ignition coils are tightened to 10 foot pounds of torque.
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
Your car has four coil packs, coil packs set on top of valvr cover, remove bolt that holds coil pack, pull coil pack out, and with extension and spark plug socket remove spark plug, do the same with all.Hope this was very helpful.
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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