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Ware are the spark plugs located on a 2004 toy corolla. i;VE ALMOST TAKEN THE WHOLE TOP OFF

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Have you not watched any You Tube Video ?

All you did was remove the plastic engine cover

Now remove one bolt & the COP Coils

Posted on Nov 18, 2014

Testimonial: "yes I did that and all I saw was a couple of wires attach to a long metal tube and no signs of any spark plug"

  • ken hance
    ken hance Nov 18, 2014

    maybe that was the cop coil i saw, i'll check it out agian thank you

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