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What type of sparkplug do a 1997 corolla 4efe use and what is the gap? the car also have a flat spot at lower engine revs. Thanks, Tian

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NGK Part # 2087 {V-Power Plug #BKR5EYA}
DOHC {.032 gap}, as far as the flat sopt goes check fuel pressure and clean the MAF sensor.

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