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1996 Toyota Avalon Spark Plug Wire Set Genuine

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Genuine Spark Plug Wire Set
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • This is a 3 wire set - 3 wires is correct for this application (one side is dirrect coil connection)
  • This is a 3 wire set - 3 wires is correct for this application (one side is direct coil connection)
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1996 - Toyota Avalon
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1995 Toyota Avalon Spark Plug Wire Set Genuine

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Genuine Spark Plug Wire Set
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: 09/1994-, This is a 3 wire set - 3 wires is correct for this application (one side is dirrect coil connection)
  • This is a 3 wire set - 3 wires is correct for this application (one side is direct coil connection)
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1995 - Toyota Avalon
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1999 Toyota Avalon Spark Plug Wire Set Genuine

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Genuine Spark Plug Wire Set
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: -07/1999, This is a 3 wire set - 3 wires is correct for this application (one side is dirrect coil connection)
  • This is a 3 wire set - 3 wires is correct for this application (one side is direct coil connection)
  • - 3 Wire Set
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1999 - Toyota Avalon
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2000 Toyota Sienna Spark Plug Wire Set Genuine

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Genuine Spark Plug Wire Set
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: -07/31/2000, This is a 3 wire set - 3 wires is correct for this application (one side is dirrect coil connection)
  • This is a 3 wire set - 3 wires is correct for this application (one side is direct coil connection)
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2000 - Toyota Sienna
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1997 Toyota Camry Spark Plug Wire Set Genuine

P311-1C14B4F    New

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Genuine Spark Plug Wire Set
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  • This is a 3 wire set - 3 wires is correct for this application (one side is direct coil connection)
  • - 3 Wire Set
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1997 - Toyota Camry
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1995 Toyota Camry Spark Plug Wire Set Genuine

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Genuine Spark Plug Wire Set
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: 08/01/1995-, This is a 3 wire set - 3 wires is correct for this application (one side is dirrect coil connection)
  • This is a 3 wire set - 3 wires is correct for this application (one side is direct coil connection)
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1995 - Toyota Camry
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1995 Toyota Tacoma Spark Plug Wire Set Denso

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Denso Spark Plug Wire Set
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1995 - Toyota Tacoma
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1996 Toyota Tacoma Spark Plug Wire Set Denso

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Denso Spark Plug Wire Set
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1996 - Toyota Tacoma
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1997 Toyota Tacoma Spark Plug Wire Set Denso

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Denso Spark Plug Wire Set
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  • Production: -05/1997
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1995 Toyota Tacoma Spark Plug Wire Set Denso

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Denso Spark Plug Wire Set
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1996 Toyota Tacoma Spark Plug Wire Set Denso

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Denso Spark Plug Wire Set
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  • Production: -08/1996
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1997 Toyota T100 Spark Plug Wire Set Denso

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Denso Spark Plug Wire Set
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1997 - Toyota T100
Denso
1996 Toyota 4Runner Spark Plug Wire Set Denso

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Denso Spark Plug Wire Set
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  • Production: -07/31/1996
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1996 - Toyota 4Runner
YEC
1990 Toyota Tercel Spark Plug Wire Set YEC

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YEC Spark Plug Wire Set
  • Production: 08/1989-08/1990, Cap & Wire Assembly
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1990 - Toyota Tercel
Karlyn
1988 Toyota Camry Spark Plug Wire Set Karlyn

P311-0E7E881    New

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1988 - Toyota Camry
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1989 Toyota Camry Spark Plug Wire Set Karlyn

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NGK
1996 Toyota Paseo Spark Plug Wire Set NGK

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NGK Spark Plug Wire Set
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: 08/1995-, NGK = '2' wire set - As OE - '2' individual wires required
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1996 - Toyota Paseo
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1997 Toyota Paseo Spark Plug Wire Set NGK

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NGK Spark Plug Wire Set
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
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1997 - Toyota Paseo
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1999 Toyota Paseo Spark Plug Wire Set NGK

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NGK Spark Plug Wire Set
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: -06/1999, NGK = '2' wire set - As OE - '2' individual wires required
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1995 Toyota Tercel Spark Plug Wire Set NGK

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NGK Spark Plug Wire Set
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: 09/1994-, NGK = '2' wire set - As OE - '2' individual wires required
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1988 Toyota Celica ST spark plug wires stuck

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Question From grooms.richard on 1988 Toyota Celica ST spark plug wires stuck

I have a 1988 Toyota Celica ST 2.0L 1998CC L4 FI VIN: S - 3SFE. The radiator cracked and I pull water in and ended up blowing the head. Now my spark plug wires are stuck in the engine and won't budge when pulled. I have a new radiator but I need to take the cylinder head off but can't do it while the wires and plugs are stuck... What do I do?

Response From Hammer Time

You have to grab the spark plug wire with some type of pliers that will get a good grip on the top and twist them Once you get them to turn on the plug, they will pull off.

Response From grooms.richard

I have tried that but they won't do any thing but twist

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

All you can do is get a solid grip as low as possible and pull them off. There are no secrets to this. It's just rubber stuck to the plug.

1990 Toyota runs great but suddenly dies and wont start back up

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Question From tadito on 1990 Toyota runs great but suddenly dies and wont start back up

I have a 1990 Toyota Pickup. It runs great. I was driving on the freeway when I began to slow down for a red light. The light turned green and when I shifted to a higher gear there was no power coming from the engine. It just suddenly died. I has 188,000 miles on it and is a 4 cylinder. Battery is good. Alternator is good. I checked the spark plug wires and one was burnt off on the spark plug. The next day I changed all the spark plug wires. I tried starting it and it started right up. I drove it around a bit and when I pulled back to my house and slowed down the engine lost power again, and wouldn't start back up. I noticed I have a small oil leak near the starter and the wires were getting oil on them. Could this have caused some kind of short that prevents in from starting back up? Why am I losing power all of the sudden when it is running great? Please help.

Response From Hammer Time


All "crank, no start" conditions are approached in the same way. Every engine requires certain functions to be able to run. Some of these functions rely on specific components to work and some components are part of more than one function so it is important to see the whole picture to be able to conclude anything about what may have failed. Also, these functions can ONLY be test during the failure. Any other time and they will simply test good because the problem isn't present at the moment.
If you approach this in any other way, you are merely guessing and that only serves to replace unnecessary parts and wastes money.



Every engine requires spark, fuel and compression to run. That's what we have to look for.

These are the basics that need to be tested and will give us the info required to isolate a cause.

1) Test for spark at the plug end of the wire using a spark tester. If none found, check for power supply on the + terminal of the coil with the key on.


2) Test for injector pulse using a small bulb called a noid light. If none found, check for power supply at one side of the injector with the key on.


3) Use a fuel pressure gauge to test for correct fuel pressure, also noticing if the pressure holds when key is shut off.


4) If all other tests are passed. then perform a complete compression test and record the results. All cylinders should be over 120lbs in most cases and all be within 10% of each other.

Once you have determined which of these functions has dropped out,
you will know which system is having the problem.

Response From tadito

Thanks so much. I'll do that and get back the results. Much appreciated.

Response From tadito

I thought I should mention that the truck has been sitting for 1 year. There hadnt been any fuel stabilizer added. Im looking into the pros and cons of either making a noid light or buying one. Any thoughts?

Response From tadito

How do I get the fuel out of it? Just take off the fuel filter and let it drain? Do you think this could be a good indicator of the existing problem?

Thanks for your time man.

Response From Hammer Time

Removing the tank is about the only way to get all the fuel out. It will not siphon through the pump. Gas usually goes stale in less time than a year.

Response From tadito

Is it hard to remove the tank? What do I need for the job and what should I be aware of when removing it?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

It's not real bad on a lift but I wouldn't want to try it on the ground, especially if it has a lot of gas in it.

Response From tadito

I ended up taking off the bed of the truck. It was only 8 bolts to disconnect it from the frame. I put in a new fuel pump, fuel filter, and that little fuel sock thing that attaches to the fuel pump. Changed a blown fuse to the EFI and it started right up. I added some Lucas Fuel and Injector cleaner to the gas tank and filled it up and drove it around. No problems.

Thanks for the advice and I hope this helps someone else.

Response From tadito

I forgot to explain the reason I took off the bed of the truck was to access the fuel tank. The fuel pump was easy to pull out of the top of the fuel tank and change out. The fuel filter was a little more difficult to access being above the starter on the passenger side towards the middle of the engine. Hope this helps someone.

Response From Hammer Time

Yes, we frequently lift the beds for replacing fuel pumps on light pickups. I didn't suggest it for you because it doesn't make getting the fuel out any easier, just replacing the pump.

Thanks for posting back with the results.

Response From tadito

Yeah luckily there wasn't much fuel in it so I took some cloth and had to stick it in there to eventually clean it all out. It took some time, and maybe it would have been easier to remove the whole tank, but at that point I was already doing what I was doing. Anyway, thanks alot.

Response From Hammer Time

I don't know what your planning on making a noid light out of but you can't use an incandescent bulb. It has to be a low impedance diode. You can buy a noid light for under $10

If this has been sitting for a year, then you need to get every bit of fuel out of it, change the fuel filter and refill it with fresh fuel. Replace the battery and by now you have likely fouled the plugs and they will have to be replaced.

1988 Toyota 4 cylider 4x4 Engine will run in idle mode only

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Question From garyk on 1988 Toyota 4 cylider 4x4 Engine will run in idle mode only

1988 Toyota SR5 4 cylinder 4 wheel drive truck with 220k miles will start and run in idle mode but when the excelerator is pressed the engine dies. It first started when the truck was running. Pushing all the spark plug wires and the distributor to coil wire tempoarily fixed problem. The same problem occured once again the next day after running for thirty minutes. Plug and distributor wires, distributor cap and rotor were replaced but didn't fix the problem. Any suggestions how to proceed will be greatly appreciated!

Response From Sidom Top Rated Answer

A quick check would be to crack the exhaust pipe loose at the manifold and see if you can get it to rev.........

Spark Plug Wires...

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Question From Guest on Spark Plug Wires...

I was wondering if bad spark plug wires would make the spark plugs go bad?

A little insite. I have a 1993 toyota camry. About a year and a half ago my car started to shake really badly. My husband replaced the spark plugs but that didn't do anything. My brother said to replace the oxygen sensor. It didn't help. Then we replaced some other part that I cannot remember but I know it was almost $200 And it didn't help either. A little research and we found out that the plugs that we put in while did match up according to the AutoZone man. Were not the right ones so after buying the "special" plugs at $9 a piece. The car ran fine...... For about 3 months! Then it started doing the same thing. Shaking. We parked it and bought a second vehicle and have been driving the newer one ever since.

Now I want to get my old camry running again but I don't know where to start. My husband thinks that we should start with the oxygen sensor again. I am thinking that maybe it is the plugs again since that is ultimately what "repaired" it the last time. But since those are all relatively new parts. They were only driven on for about 3-4 months. I didn't know where to start??

So, would bad plug wires cause good spark plugs to go bad in just a few months of driving?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Sure a bad plug wire can foul up a spark plug. If you want to test it move the probably just one bad plug or wire and see if the problem follows that plug or wire. Since plugs are new you could just heat up a fouled one with a propane torch and put new wires on and that would probably solve it. The o2 sensor(s) won't be happy with a skip on a cylinder but if it wasn't run poorly too long,

T

Response From Guest

Thank you, as you can probably tell we are not to mechanically inclined when it comes to reparing vehicles. We are not sure if the plug wires are bad but since they were not changed back then when everything else was that is what we are thinking now. We will replace those and go from there.

I was just wondering if I should go ahead and replace the spark plugs while I replaced the wires too. But I would really rather save myself that $50 if I could get by without it.

I am assuming from your post that the oxygen sensors should be fine since the day that the car started shaking again it was parked. It was run for aproximately 8 miles while jittering like it does now.

Response From thomas74 Top Rated Answer

02 sensor will not cause a miss you need to check your wires u can test them or just get new ones check your coil

Response From Tom Greenleaf

I am just guessing that if the new plugs worked for a while that one wire could be bad and have fouled that plug. There could be more wrong and would take some investigating but it just seems like a plug wire is bad. You can buy just one if you isolate it and just one plug of the exact same as the others that worked. At its age new plug wires with a problem isn't a waste to do them all. The plugs are so new I don't think you need them all again. If these are easy plugs just take a look and one will look different than the others. That's the cylinder with the problem -- plug, wire, fuel problem, or other problem but since it corrected with these last new plugs it leads to the wire being the problem,

T

Car starting bad

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Question From Reality on Car starting bad

I have a 1998 Toyota RAV4 2WD. For the last couple of months the car has been starting bad. Once you let it sit for a while it has problems, It will take a long time to crank and once it does SOMETIMES it will idle poorly or want to shut off if you do not press the gas. If you drive it for a while, turn it off and right back on it starts good. I have had the following replaced or cleaned:

IAC throttle plates
Fuel injectors
Sparks plugs & wires
Fuel pump
Fuel filter
Fuel pressure regulator
Starter

Can anyone offer some information on what may be wrong ? Thanks in advance!

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

Check engine light on? If so, scan the computer and write down the trouble codes.

Response From Reality

No check engine light. Considering everything that has done already, what would you check next?

Response From Discretesignals

Does it idle rough for a few seconds or longer and then idles fine? How does it run if your cruising or accelerating?

Response From Reality

Yes exactly on the idle part and once it gets going it runs like new.

Response From Discretesignals

One possibility is that you have coolant leaking into a cylinder or cylinders. When you first start it after it has been sitting, the engine will run rough till it burns off the coolant. Remove all the spark plugs and use a coolant pressure tester to pressurize the coolant system. Let it sit overnight. Then look down into the cylinders with a flash light and see if there is coolant laying on top of any of the pistons.

Response From Reality

Ok. Now i do remember someone telling me i may need a coolant exchange. Does what you just said mean i will need to get my cylinders or head gaskets replaced? Or is there a cheaper way to fix this if it is the problem?

Response From Discretesignals

First thing you need to do is figure out if coolant is actually leaking into the cylinders when the engine sits. If that is the case, the cylinder head has to be removed.