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Sparkplug i have a 92 toyota 4runner one of the sparkplugs keeps loosening how do i fix also it has a bad missing problem what can i for as the problem

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U need thave the compression tested and the affected spark plug threads checked, they are most likely damaged, a thread repair kit can be installed, so the fix won't be much more than $100 or so.

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