How do you change spark plugs in a 6 cly Toyota Camry?
how to replace spark plugs on 2006 camry LE
To change spark plugs on a 1994 Toyota Camry, remove the black shafts. The spark plugs are down the four holes. Use a socket set with extension to reach the spark plugs. Replace old spark plugs with new ones.
change the plugs at 60,000 miles.
remove upper intake plenum
Every 100K or when necessary.
To check the denso spark plugs compatibility with your 2006 Toyota Camry, I would suggest you refer to a garage or a Toyota dealership, in person or online. You always have the option to email them with any concern or information you have on your Camry. Your Toyota dealer is always in the know on their cars and which parts are best suited, even for older models: they remain their models.
It is feeling silly and my other answer is it is behaving badly
In the engine ... usually on both sides or inline on the top.
97-99 4 cylinder BKR6EKPB-11
well it depends on how many miles you have on your car
May have to remove the head for access or to drill them out
At about 100.000 miles . or when it begins to mis. change plugs. wires.
Check the spark plug wires and spark plugs.
A 1996 Toyota Camry that will have spark and then sometimes no spark might be having a problem with the spark plugs. Each individual spark plug is now a solid state electrode in that year of Toyota Camry. The ignition coil pack on top of the spark plug is probably loose or cracked.
There are a number of things that may cause a 1990 Toyota Camry to lose power. Some of the common things include adulterated fuel, spark plugs failure and so much more.
Under the plastic cover attached to the top of the head on a 4 cyl.
Check the spark plug wires and spark plugs. You might have to test coils too.
generally on a Toyota 3.0 either in a Camry or an Avalon you need to remove the upper intake- also known as the plenium- to gain access to the back spark plugs. You will need to make sure that you have a new gasket for the plenium to avoid any vac. leaks
I need to know also. I can't get the spark plug wires off!
The torque for spark plugs is 18 N*m or 13 ft*lbf.
If you purchase the plugs from a Toyota dealer the gap will be preset to factory spec. If you replacing the plugs with after market parts 0.8 is correct or the thickness of a hack saw blade will be as close as dammit(sic).