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Type of spark plugs?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I replaced my spark plugs just recently on our V-6, hope you have long thin hands. The plugs & coils on the front half are under the decorative cover. Remove with an allen wrench. Take off the coil & disconnect the wire connections (Note: these coils are fro the front and rear plugs, that way you do not have rear coils to remove, thank god). Pull out the plug wire cap, use the cap not the wire, its easy on the front.....the back half gets fun. Use an extension on your plug removal socket and take out he plug. Replace the plug and put it all back, repoeat for the front three. The back three are located behind the intake manifold, gonna have to do a lot of feeling and reaching around the intake. Again remember pull on the cap not the wire, if you pull the wire out.........gonna have to get new ones. The left most rear plug was the hardest for me to reach lots of stuff in the way, A few choie words and some beer and after a while I got it. Have fun every thing went well after I got it out.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
THE SPARK PLUS ARE LOCATED UNDER THE VALVE COVERS, ON TOP OF THE VALVE COVERS THERE IS A SMALL PLATE COVER WITH 8 LITTLE BOLTS THAT NEEDS TO BE REMOVED WHICH WILL THEN SHOW YOUR COILS, UNPLUG COILS PULL COIL OUT AND SPARK PLUG WILL BE LOCATED UNDER THE COILS.
The left side is easy, just pop off the left side engine cover...remove the coils and the plugs are right there. The right side is a whole other matter completely, you need to remove the intake manifold to be to access them. It is a relatively simple job if you are even slightly mechanically inclined. Ensure you replace the upper intake manifold gaskets when you remove the intake manifold.
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
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If you want to go with OEM parts,then Nippendenso is what Toyota put in it from the factory. You can use any brand,but get the spark plugs that are rated for the car.Getting a spark plug not recommended for the vehicle can have an impact on performance.
Posted on Oct 15, 2010
SOURCE: What is the recommended spark
You have several options. I personally use platinum plugs. Bosch and Denso are the most dependable I have found with NGK in a close second. Most parts stores will have a variety ranging from $2 to $10. Be sure to regap them before installation to .032" and neversieze the threads with copper based neverseize to allow for easier replacement next time it is due.
Posted on Dec 07, 2010
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