where are the spark plugs located

Asked by Jun 07, 2007 at 05:40 PM about the 1991 Toyota Previa

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Where are the spark plugs at on my 1991 Toyota Previa?

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Hopefully all of these answers will help you http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Where_are_the_spark_plugs_located_in_a_1991_Toyota_Previa

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Yea the car is a pain in the butt to work on because the engine is between the driver's seat and passenger seat

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You have to remove the passenger seat, the bracket, and pull up the carpet. Remove the bolts that hold the piece of the floor down, then the ignition coil cover. There you go.

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im not sure but i think they are in the valve cover,is 4 of them

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remove front passenger seat ...under seat there is a access panel ..remove bolts on cover ....now you'll see the plug wires ..carefully remove ..replace with plugs recommended from toyota ..I know there supposed to be replaced every 62000 miles...when reinstalling brush on a little no cease on threads of new plug ..just a small amount with a q tip ..don't put on a whole lot .you'll just make a mess..and make sure you don't over tighten..just a little over snug

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