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What is the proper spark plug gap setting for a 98 Toyota Camry 4cylinder?

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The gap it .043 inch

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What is the correct spark plug gap


I'd use the type spark plug recommended by your owners manual, the manual may also give you the gap. There may be a decal under your hood that gives this info. Anywhere you buy sparks will have the gap in the info. For one ngk plug I looked at, it said .043in gap.

Different spark plugs manufacturers may have different gap recommendations.

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I believe that the gap you need is .035 . My personal vehicle is an '88, and i set my plug gap at .035. This has worked fine for 10 years. Also, the plugs that work the best are nippondenso u-groove. My mileage and power seem to be the best with these plugs. (this is for the 2.4 litre 4 cylinder, but i believe the gap also works for the v-6.)

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Find out what your spark plug gap is, and the size of plugs you require from your owners manuel. Purchase a Spark plug socket for your rachett (also a rachett extension if you dont have one) And a set of Gap Measurers. Pull out the spark plug leads from the base making sure you don't pull on the cable (can damage the lead if you yank on the cable instead of the boot) and then screw out the old sparkplug and check for damage/wear. Set the gap on your new sparkplugs and screw them back in using a torque wrench for the final turn or if you don't have one only hand (do the final turn without using the rattchet just grab the wratchet extension and twist with your hand). 

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Proper gap of the spark plugs


0.8 mm or 0.031"

Use Nippondenso # K16R-U or NGK # BKR5EYA

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