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New Plugs for a 95 XLE 3.0 6 Cyl.

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Old 03-30-2017, 03:55 PM
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Default New Plugs for a 95 XLE 3.0 6 Cyl.

I'm want to give my 95 a tune up. I have the Air Filter. What type/brand Spark Plugs would be recommended? Please advise.
 
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Old 04-04-2017, 05:21 PM
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The link has plug choices.

1995 TOYOTA CAMRY 3.0L V6 Spark Plug | RockAuto

If the ign fires 2 plugs at the same time get "double" plug.

The rear plugs are challenging to remove due to access. Suggest the best plug which is iridium.

Use some antiseize on the threads. Don't gap the plugs.

Most owners use NGK or Denso.

Your local store will be more limited in selection.
 
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Old 04-15-2017, 10:54 AM
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I concur. The car manual has the spec. on it also. It's been a while but the back is hard to get at and the manual suggested to remove a lot of adjacent parts but was not needed just a few. Be careful on pulling the plugs (slowly twist and remove) since expensive to replace unlike plugs on my suburban which are just a wire but this has the ignition on each plug. This was new to me.

I would blow out plug before removal with air compressor so nothing drops in cylinder after removal of the plug. Loosen spark plug fully but I needed a mechanical grabber to pull out after loosened if it does not come out with socket. I also used the grabber to put it back in and start the threads. Fronts are easier.

If you get stuck, tell me I can look at my engine and recall what I did. I have the identical vehicle.

Check Oreillys on plugs thay have had good prices on plugs for my Toyota, Honda Shadow and mower.
 
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Old 04-17-2017, 07:56 PM
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I use PartsGeek.com to find the OEM parts and then search for them on Amazon.com to find a great price and excellent shipping options:

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