About Toyota Spark Plug
As one of the most pivotal elements in your ignition system, a Toyota spark plug is devised to ignite the air-fuel mixture in the engine to get your vehicle started and to keep it running. The spark plug operates by producing a spark of electricity across a gap on the spark plug, which in turn ignites the fuel in the combustion chamber so you can start your Toyota. Typical spark plugs on a modern vehicles are made with copper, platinum or iridium. Good MPG, smooth acceleration and driving are all the direct results from a spark plug which is performing up to its potential.
Your spark plugs are located on the top of the engine in each cylinder, with spark plug wires attached to each of them. To change your spark plugs, locate the spark plug wires, pull each plug wire off of each spark plug, loosen and remove the old spark plug, then reinstall the new replacement plug. The plugs work very closely with the spark plug wires of the ignition system, so it's good practice to replace them both at the same time for an assuredly effective tune-up. Most vehicles are advised to have their spark plugs replaced every 30,000 miles or 2 years.
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