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I have a toyota camry 1995, I gotta change my spark plugs and spark plugs wires. What kind should i use? I heard ngk works the best? is that true?

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You must use the recommend by the manufacturer. see your owner manual, go to www. and download for better illustration. and get the topic in translate the website with your browser and proceed.

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SOURCE: How do I change the 3 spark plugs on the back of engine

The upper intake has to be taken off to get to them. Yes it is a pain in the but, not too hard to do, just bothersome to do this to be able to change plugs. Make sure to be careful when loosening the intake as the head is aluminum and you can damage it if you take a gung-ho approach. You will need to replace the gasket but it is only around 12 -15 $ .

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SOURCE: changing spark plugs in a 98 toyota camry 3.0 v6

How do I make sure I have found where all the spark plugs are on my v6 toyota

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SOURCE: I need a spark plug wire diagram for a 1992 Toyota

1992 Toyota Camry Sedan
3.0 liter DOHC V-6 (3VZ-FE)

Cylinder # Front, passenger to drivers side 2-4-6
Cylinder # Back, passenger to drivers side 1-3-5

Distributor 12 O'clock post # 6 cylinder
10 O'clock post #1 cylinder
8 O'clock post #2 cylinder
6 O'clock post #3 cylinder
4 O'clock post #4 cylinder
2 O'clock post #5 cylinder

Good luck and hope this helps.

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