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jltimm

Spark Plugs?

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I'am about to do a tune up on my 97 Toyota Tacoma. I changed plugs in it years ago and never put anti seize on them, and was wondering if it will be a problem removing them? Anything special I should know?

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As long as you used the o.e. NGK you will be fine. They are nickle plated so no anti seize is necessary!!! Besides it is a Toyota!! wink

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I don't remember what brand I used? I guess I'll find out! Thanks!

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Well I had Bosch Platinum in the truck and it was an easy job, even for me! Found a loose plug with a broken off electrode (I think that's what their called)? The loose plug was all black. I changed the fuel filter,plugs, and wires. I was getting 19 mpg on the last 3 tanks, now I wonder how it'll do!

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(airjer shakes his head and rolls his eyes) bosch platinums? the parts guys saw you coming! grin

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I don't know what I was thinking? crazy They must of been on sale!

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