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What do I need to tune up my 96 toyota paseo?

What parts other than spark plugs and wires do go into doing a full tune-up?

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SOURCE: toyota paseo 95, does not start

the other option is the fuel pump or the fuel pump relay

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The recommended milage is 60k miles for the plugs.I wouldn't wory about anything else except.Keep a clean air filter change the oil when required and check the trans fluid as it likes to discolor easy.So a simple drain and refill often helps.It is like a oil change they have a drain plug on the pan (very nice).It takes about four quarts of fluid and the dipstick will tell you what type of fuid to use it is stamped on the metal by the level marks.Good luck Thanks for using Fix Ya

Posted on Nov 29, 2008

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SOURCE: 140,000K miles and never done a tune up on my 2000 Toyota Tundra

To do a complete tune up you will need to replace all the spark plugs (gaped to 1.1mm), all the spark plug wires, the air filter, the fuel filter, and if your truck has one, the pcv valve. If you have never replaced the drive belt I would do that. Replacing the belt wont help with the performance but it will save you a lot of trouble later down the road.

The spark plugs you should use are NGK plugs. Those are designed for Japanese cars and trucks. Don't get the cheapest spark plug wires either. Mid grade wires will work fine but not from Auto Zone. All the other parts I listed are not as specific. You can pick and choose which parts you would like get and how much money you want to spend.

I hope this has been helpful. Please leave some good feedback. Thanks!

Posted on Jan 06, 2009

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SOURCE: need to change spark plugs in highlander.

Those back plugs are a bear to get to but they can be got. There is no easy way. You need to get your hands back there and pull the wires off and use whatever combination of extensions to do it.

Posted on Apr 11, 2009

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SOURCE: tune up 1998 toyota camry LE V6

cant get to the back spark plugs on a 1998 v6 toyota camry

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