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Old 03-27-2011, 04:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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4th Generation How to 1998 camry how to change spark plugs on rear of engine

I was trying to change my sparkplugs but i found it kind of hard to remove the ones on te back part of the engine. is there an easier way to remove them ?
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since you're talking about a v6, i can tell you how i did my 2002 camry v6 since they're similar.

some people just go ahead and remove the plenum (bundle of snakes) but unless you have a gasket leak, or need to change the valve cover gasket, i leave it alone. it is a very tight fit back there but can be done. use 1/4" and 3/8" sockets for these and have a lot of different swivels and extensions on hand because you might need them all!
Also be sure to tape the sockets and extensions together with masking tape.
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This may help: Spark Plug Change 1MZFE Engine - The Easy Way
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