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  • This article is a detailed how to on changing the spark plugs in your Toyota Echo with step-by-step instructions and pictures to help guide the process.

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    I'm going to do some service on my Toyota Echo on Sunday, including new plugs . The current plugs are Denso iridium and have just over.

    Toyota echo spark plugs

    Toyota echo spark plugs

    Placebo is very powerful; they know they have new spark plugs, so they either want or expect an improvement. Mon Jan 08, Front End Body Work. Is really a repeat step. I got a diagnosis from the mechanic there, and he said after running codes that he thought it was 2 out of 4 of my ignition coils misfiring, and he wanted to replace those, as well as all my spark plugs.

    Toyota echo spark plugs

    Toyota echo spark plugs

    Toyota echo spark plugs

    Toyota echo spark plugs

    Toyota echo spark plugs

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    I'm going to do some service on my Toyota Echo on Sunday, including new plugs. The current plugs are Denso iridium and have just over 30, miles on them. The Densos have been fine for this car, and all things being equal I would just get some more of those. But things are not equal. On the Echo boards that I read occasionally, the answers vary from "the Densos might give a slightly smoother idle" to "they're exactly the same", with no real firm consensus.

    I'd just as soon save the 25 bucks. Opinions also vary on how long you can actually go with the iridium plugs. Recommendations on that from the Echo forum go from 30, to 60, miles. So I guess it's possible that there's no need to get new plugs at all. I'd pull them all and look but apparently the plugs use crush washers so if you pull them you won't be able to tighten them to the same spot when you put them back. Unless your owner's manual says to go with a specific type of plug, plain ol' plugs will do the job just fine.

    Toyota echo spark plugs

    The Platinum and Iridium plugs are really usually just for longevity. The ones I have in there right now have lasted about three years, and they still look great whenever I pull them out to inspect them. I don't even think I'll change them before my next smog check, due in February.

    The car seems to be running fine with them already. Originally posted by NivenhBro: I think my point was specifically that "Denso" isn't actually enough said. The folks driving the Echos in many cases can't seem to tell the difference, and in fact some posts indicate that they are manufactured to the same specifications and are interchangeable, to the point that even Toyota doesn't stick to one or the other when they make the cars.

    Toyota echo spark plugs

    Apparently the Echo even came stock with iridium-tipped plugs the model year before mine. I'm an ngk user, but that really shouldn't be a huge factor. I mean, does it really make that large of a difference as long as it works? I've heard that the most difference these plugs make fit the placebo effect. Especially with the extra terminals, the split ends, exotic metals, and whatever else.

    ON a more personal account, I know that Champion makes a rather faulty cross reference chart for at least one of their spark plugs, which causes a supposed "replacement" to crumble and fall apart inside an engine within 5 miles.

    Minus points for that - which cause me to distrust Champion spark plugs. Get the stock NGK platniums. Some folks described performance with some standard plugs Most of those folks probably couldn't tell the difference in a properly done double-blind test. If Toyota spec'ed k out of the original plugs, then you should be able to go k on them.

    Toyota echo spark plugs

    You don't drive your car hard and you don't expose it to extreme conditions. I put NGK platinums in my girlfriend's car, replacing motorcraft. Seems to run a little better. For my cars, I use copper plugs. They're both I4's so it's not a huge pain to service them and I use the fact that the plugs are copper as an excuse to take them out once in a while so they don't freeze into the head.

    Also, I'm confused why you think the plugs need to be replaced at 30K. Copper plugs will last that long Had bad experiences with the platinum plugs, I use plain old NGK's or some shit now in the and blazer.

    2001 Toyota Echo, 1.5L, Spark Plug Change



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