Question about 1996 Toyota Celica
Ok if its got the 3sgte engine with the water to air intercooler (earlier version had air to air intercooler and is much the same but no liquid is involved!)
1)Drain intercooler coolant
2)remove intercooler (3 bolts), disconnect the intercooler from the turbo, and intake air connector and remove the intercooler and air hose
3)remove the cool air inlet (2 bolts)
by now you should be able to see the spark plug leads, and is straight forward. The above procedure isn't as bad as it sounds, so dont be scared!
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
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