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Spark plug seal replacement

I need instructions on replacing the spark plug grommets due to oil in the spark plug well. I have a camry 1997 XLE 6 cylinder

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  • toyojon Jan 29, 2009

    im doing my valve cover gaskets and i cant figure out how to get these old plug tube gaskets out. mine is a 1996 avalon with 1mz v 6 engine. I already broke one of the old seals trying to remove it so now i HAVE to replace the seals.

  • Anonymous May 02, 2009

    I pulled valve cover off and broke one of the spark plug seals trying to pry it out. It won't come out...? how do you get them out?



    thanks

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    How to access and replace plugs?

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Toyota genuine part number is 11193-70010 6pcs for your car you have to buy and open the cylinder head cover and replace all the gaskets on right and left side

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