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Plugs for Camry 2000 4 cyl.

Had car service a local Toyota dealer, replaced plugs, when I start car the engine would race and the gas milage dropped 5 mile in town and on the road. Took back to dealer, told me everthing was okay.
Then I took car to an independent repair man. Told me wrong plugs. I want to know what Toyota vehicle the following plugs fit that I can can tell them they made a mistake if any. The No, Denso K16 TR11.
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The plugs that are supposed to be in a 2000 4 cyl Camry are :
PK20TR11 Toyota P/N 90919-01194

The K16TR11 plugs fit a variety of models.
They are found in the following units:

98/99 Corolla
95/97 Paseo
95/98 T-100 V-6
95-04 Tacoma V-6
00/04 Tundra V-6

There is no question that your dealer installed the wrong plugs.

I would really appreciate a FixYa rating for the information that I have provided you. Thnaks in advance.

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