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Old January 31st, 2006, 04:30 PM   #1
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hey , every1 , i m not really a toyota guy ( more Honda ) , therefore i got some problems when i work on my dad's 98 camry V6. First 1 i m facing is replace the spark plugs, i don't know how to reach those 3 at rear , any1 got any pics of doing tat, that wil be really helpful , thanx
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Old March 4th, 2006, 06:21 PM   #2
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easiest way is from the passenger side. remove the ECU grounds on the intake plenum and also move the pcv valve/hose for more room. you pretty much just have to reach under the intake plenum. having a stubby 3/8" ratchet is a life saver on those. if you need any other help just let me know.
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Old March 10th, 2006, 03:24 AM   #3
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Cool

It's the same as every other transverse v6 in existence...
Either reach behind/around the upper intake manifold, or take it off.

If you were to search. You would learn the correct answer is:
***Take the upper intake air chamber off so that you can clean the IAC, EGR, and throttlebody by hand to stave off idle problems that WILL eventually happen when they cake with carbon. Then clean the upper intake air chamber, and lower manifold by hand to remove carbon build-up. That will gain back another 5-10bhp (I.E. put you back to roughly stock power levels) that was lost due to the lower charge velocity.
***Only use NGK, or Denso spark plugs.
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