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How wide should i gap the spark plugs for a 1997 toyota tercel

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The spark plug gap is usually set on the plugs when you get them new. But its best to check them with a guage. The spark plug gap measurement should be located on the sticker under your hood beside the engine size/i.d. or inside your owners manual.

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