Discussion in 'Maintenance' started by toywoodsguy82, Apr 19, 2018.
I assume they run one brand in the whole bank of cylinders?
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No real answer. Just theories.
Seems that Honda does the same thing.
Contracts with both parties.
Can anyone give me the part numbers for those fancy NGK and Denso plugs for my 2018 V6 Tacoma? I can't find part numbers anywhere online.
Thank you in advance.
I’d just do Denso (3381) K20HR-U11
I just use the factory plugs. If they're good enough for Toyota to put in. They're good enough for me to use when replacing them.
Solid advise here!! I always use factory spec.ed plugs for my Toyota and Honda engines.
Yay, mine just showed up..... I need skinny hands, whos bored?
I have small hands (and a painfully large penis). Where do you live?
Like this guy...
And on that note, ill just tear my own hands up
I just thought I'd head off the small nort jokes.
Hey....I don't go that way. You're safe if you drop a wrench.
Damn right, the wrench will land on the skidplate and stay the f*ck there while i walk 5 miles to lowes to buy a few extras.
Funny you said that. When I first changed the plugs in my GMC, I dropped one and it landed on top of the frame. I left it there until I was done, and when I looked for it somehow it has disappeared. It wasn't on the cement pad and after a while I just figured it dropped out on the road somewhere over the next 100 thousand miles.
The last grease job I gave it before it was sold, I was swinging out from under the truck by grabbing onto the frame and my hand landed on the lost plug. It had laid on top of the frame for 100 thousand miles and never vibrated off.
Bahaha, thats awesome.
Probably more of a PITA with the supercharger huh?
Driver side is very tight fit.
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