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Spark plugs i am trying to change my spark plugs i have a 97 toyota camry how do i remove them

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Use the spark plug wire once you loosen the spark plug.

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With a spark plug socket, goto autozone, walmart, oreillys, etc and ask for a spark plug socket... You can also just use a thin wall deep socket, there are several different sizes of spark plugs...

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