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How do you get the spark plugs out of the backside of the engine of a V-6 Toyyota Camry

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1. Check the gap at the base of the new spark plugs with a spark plug gap tool. If the gap on any plug is not between 0.039 and 0.043, exchange the plug for a new one. Do not attempt to adjust the gap on the plugs.
2. Open the two latches on the passenger's side of the air-filter box. Pull the front half of the air box toward the front of the engine and push it to the side. Remove the air filter from inside the air-filter box. This allows you access to the ignition coil packs.
3. Unplug the wiring harness from the top of one coil pack. Remove the bolt securing the coil pack with a ratchet and socket, and pull the coil up from the engine.
4. Remove the spark plug using a ratchet, 6-inch extension and a spark plug socket.
5. Hand-tighten the new spark plug into the RAV4's engine and torque it to 14 foot-pounds with a torque wrench, 6-inch extension and a spark plug socket.
6. Squeeze a small amount of dielectric grease into the rubber boot at the bottom of the ignition coil pack. Push the coil pack onto the new spark plug until it clicks into place. Tighten the coil pack bolt to 6 to 7 foot-pounds with a torque wrench, 6-inch extension and a spark plug socket. Reconnect the wiring harness on the top of the coil pack.
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I cannot find the spark plugs on my camry !!!


First, you didn't mention which engine your 1994 Toyota Camry is equipped with. (This is really MUST-KNOW information if you want help with fixing your car.) There is a 3.0L V-6 engine and a 2.2L 4-Cylinder engine. Two TOTALLY different animals! I'll just take the extra time to answer for BOTH of them....

If your Camry is equipped with a 3.0L V-6 engine, You cannot find the spark plug wires because there are none, That engine is equipped with Coil On Plug (COP) ignition. The coils on the left bank (the side of the engine near the radiator) are located under the plastic cover on top of the engine. The coils for the right bank (the side of the engine near the firewall) are located under the upper intake plenum. The plenum MUST be removed to access them. (this is also required to replace the spark plugs.)

If you have the 2.2L 4-cylinder engine, the wires run down the center of the valve cover and the boots go down through the valve cover to the plugs. The other end of the wires attach to the distributor cap at the rear (drivers side) of the engine.

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Where is n0 1 spark plug at


The nuber one spark plug is on the passenger side of the backside of the engine. The back three cylinders are 1-2-3. The front three cylinders are 4-5-6.

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Where does the firing order start on a 1991 3.8 buick lesabre. 165432


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1.Vin B
2.Vin 3
3.Vin C
4.Vin 1
5.Vin L
6.Vin K

All have the Firing Order of 1-6-5-4-3-2

For Vin B and 3:
Hood open, looking at the engine from the front of the car. The coil pack is behind the engine, close to the firewall. (Under the windshield)
The crankshaft pulley is down on the left side.

Spark plug numbering, for the spark plugs close to the radiator side.
From Left; (Front of engine), going Right-> 1-3-5
Spark plug numbering, for spark plugs on the backside of the engine.
From Left going Right-> 2-4-6

The distributorless coil pack sits on the backside of the engine, close to the firewall.
Numbering of where to put the spark plug wires;
There are three spark plug towers close to the engine. From Left to Right -> 3-5-7
There are three spark plug towers far from the engine. From Left to Right-> 6-4-2

For Vin C, 1, L and K:

Hood open, facing the car.
The Front of the engine faces to the Right. The crankshaft pulley is down, and to the Right.

Spark plugs close to the radiator;
From Left to Right-> 6-4-2
Spark plugs close to firewall, (Below windshield)
From Left to Right-> 5-3-1

The distributorless coil pack sits on the right side, in front of the engine. (The Front of the engine is on the right side. The crankshaft pulley is on the Right side)

Starting at the ->Back and coming Forward. (To the Front of the car)
On the Left side of the Distributorless Coil Pack, it is -> 4-2-6
On the Right side it is -> 1-5-3

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Fuel filter location 2000 camry


The fuel filter is the LAST thing you need to look at. I would be first looking at the age of the spark plugs. Get the car to somebody who can scan it. If the scan result is a P-0301/2/3/4/5/6, that would indicate bad plugs.

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How do i install spark plugs in a 1997 toyota camry


Step by step directions will follow. First I need to know (so its easier for you) if its a 4 or 6 cylinder engine?

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