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plugs #291594 Oct 4, 2:09pm Oct 4, 2:09pm
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Alberta, Canada
2002 Super Yellow Toyota Celica GT
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2002 Toyota Celica GT
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2002 Super Yellow Toyota Celica GT
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2002 Toyota Celica GT

Joined: Jul 2004
Posts: 20
Alberta, Canada
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how do you change the plugs on the celica gt?

Re: plugs [Re: yellowgt] #291595 Oct 4, 2:40pm Oct 4, 2:40pm
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Take the plastic engine top cover off, remove the four 10mm bolts holding on the coils & the two 10mm bolts holding the wiring rail on. Unplug the coilds from the wiring harness & remove them. Use a spark plug socket (has rubber in it to hold the spark plug) & extension to unbolt & remove the plugs. Its pretty deep because of the dual overhead cam. Remove the old plug from your socket, put a new one in it & then use the extension to reach it to the hole. (Do not drop the plug down the hole). Take one of your new plugs with you to buy a spark plug socket.

Hope that help, good luck. thumbsup

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