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WHEN TO PERFORM AN OIL CHANGE AND SPARK PLUGS REPLACEMENT? TOYOTA COROLLA 1994 DX

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    My Toyota 1994 model move off lazy i change plugs plugswire still get the same performance why

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I recommend replacing spark plugs every 30k miles.your oil and filter should be changed every 3k miles.oil type is either on your oil filler cap or on the flat side of your oil level stick.

Posted on May 17, 2009

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