0.32 gap spark plug
The spark plug gap for a 1994 v6 Toyota Pickup should be set at .032 inches. However spark plugs now come with the gap preset.
The gap for the 3L is .032
follow the spark plug wire to the engine head and there they are
Check the pickup inside the distributor and see if its OK. Do you have spark at the ignition coil? Check the wires. Or the cap and rotor assy.
Check coil pack.
The spark plug gap for a 1987 Toyota pickup with a turbo engine should be set between .035 inches and .044 inches. A new spark plug will come with the gap already set and should not need to be adjusted.
Just follow the plug wires to the end.
on the four cyl engine .031 inch
The proper spark plug gap for a 1980 Chevy 350 Pickup is .045, according to spark plug manufacturer (Autolite, Bosch, NGK) specs.
The spark plug gap on a 1989 Toyota pickup with a 3.0 liter V6 engine should be set at .032 inches. The best spark plug for this vehicle would be an iridium plug.
For my fuel injected 1988 4x4, 4 cylinder, the gap is 0.0032".
Bad coil? Bad distributor cap? Bad distributor rotor?
look under the hood
No input voltage to the coil or the coil is bad. Check the distributor for issues and the wires.
A proper to not, on your 1994 F1 54 pickup truck, will include changing the spark plugs and spark plug wires. It is also recommended to change the air filter.
No spark, No compression, no fuel or timing off. Any or all of these could be an issue and then multipul reasons for each of them.
The spark plug gap on a 1991 Toyota pick with a 4 cylinder, 22R 5-speed engine should be set at .031 inches. This is equal to .8 mm.
I checked two reference manuals. The correct gap is .032" or 32 thousandths.