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#1 Old 07-15-2009, 08:28 PM
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Need help with spark plug wiring diagram

Hello, I did the plug and wire replacement on my 2000 Sienna XLE today and must have crossed the spark plug wires up, i need to know where they each go. is it 2 to 5 4 to 3 and 6 to 1?


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1 to 4, 2to 5, 3 to 6, firewall side is 1,3,5 and rad side is 2,4,6.
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Hey that was the problem I was having, I called Autozone, they didnt know, I searched all over the net and this forum and couldnt find it anywhere.

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hell yeah i need this info LOL
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Aren't these wires crazy expensive? I know that at 120,000 miles I changed my plugs and priced the wires. I realized that they weren't conventional and they were really expensive. Then I hoped that they were designed for the long haul and left them along, only changing the plugs. Now I'm thinking that at 210,000 miles I should change the plugs again and think harder about those wires.

What kind of plugs do you run? I have NGK's or Denso's I don't remember. I know that they are plus 2 and I bought the cheaper of the two. This time I'm willing to spend more and I'm thinking about getting E3's. I vaguely remember someone saying that Plus 4 plugs may crash in this motor. E3's kinda look like Bosch Plus 4 plugs. I guess I'll check the E3 website.
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Bosch plugs = junk
NGK or Densos
wires are like $30-40 bucks at Autozone or Advance Auto Parts, not sure about dealer pricing.
At that price i'd do it every 100k or everytime you change plugs. its called "preventive maintenance" for a reason
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