Question about 2005 Toyota Tacoma
V6 I assume... Easy job but you need a long 12" socket extension. Disconnect them on top, reach down inside with the socket and extension, only one was dificult and required a bracket to be moved. Its about a 45 minute job. Don't be suiprised when you find that there are 2 brands on plugs in your truck, thats how the factory did it. Denso on one side, NGK on the other. Best replacement, go to your dealer and buy 6 new NGKs, they're less that $3 each.
Posted on Jun 20, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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