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Where are the six spark plugs located on a 98 toyota camry

We see the top three with no problem. Please help

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If thats the v6,they are under the camshaft hsg panel,back of the motor

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If you still get troubles, buy the repair manual here
Toyota Car Repair Manuals: Chilton & Haynes

There you can find detailed instrucions with pictures.

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