Question about 1995 Toyota Camry
Usually it is 1.1 mm
Posted on Mar 09, 2015
I'd use the type spark plug recommended by your owners manual, the manual may also give you the gap. There may be a decal under your hood that gives this info. Anywhere you buy sparks will have the gap in the info. For one ngk plug I looked at, it said .043in gap.
Different spark plugs manufacturers may have different gap recommendations.
Posted on Mar 08, 2015
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