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How to Replace Spark Plugs on 2001 Toyota Celica

A bad spark plug will not ignite the air-fuel mix in the cylinder, resulting a faulty engine run, increased consumption and lowering performance.
Toyota Celica Spark Plug 1 photo
Photo: screenshot from Youtube
So, if you’ve decided to change a faulty spark plug on your Toyota Celica or just replace all of them with aftermarket performance ones, all you need is the correct replacement spark plugs and a socket ratchet with extender. Here are the steps:
  • Let the engine cool
  • Remove the plastic engine cover. There is a bolt on the right holding it in place
  • Remove the four bolts on the coil pack
  • Disconnect and remove the four coils
  • Unscrew the bolts from the coil rack an remove it
  • Using an extender, unscrew the spark plugs and remove them
  • Put the new spark plugs in and carefully screw them back without damaging the thread
  • Put everything back and start the engine.

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