Question about 1989 Toyota Cressida
Toyota MR2 Spark Plug Details
These details apply to a the Toyota MR2 Mk2 Rev 3 with the 3S-GE (non-turbo) engine.
The OEM replacement spark plugs are NGK BKR6EP-8 platinum spark plugs.
The gap should be set at 0.8mm.
The gap of these plugs is pre-set to 0.8mm. I think that's what the 8 means in the part number. The box states you should not adjust the gap in case you damage the platinum electrode.
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Posted on Sep 05, 2009
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