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Changing Spark Plugs

Had a scan run on my 1998 Camry and it said it appeared to be the spark plugs. To my knowledge these have never been changed. In looking at the engine this appears to be quite a job. Can I do this myself or are special tools required?jeffs198jeffs@moellerproducts.com

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Assuming you can get access to the plugs, then it is just a case of pulling the lead of, near to the cap as possible, then unscrewing the sparkplug with a deep socket

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