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Old 09-30-2010, 09:18 PM   #21
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duralast and making quality choices...

"Laughing my tamborines off" hahahaha...you know I have been thinking that my next "maintenance" item would be a new set of wires for my T100. I'm very glad I read this post because I was contemplating the duralast. Very true about the important parts should equal high priority on quality.

Auto Zone recommended "Bosch" plugs for my other vehicle (yes I own a 'Jeep'ers Creepers too) come to find out, Jeep MUST HAVE whatever is recommended by the manufacturer. The "upgrade" in plugs that I was convinced of, was not good. It is sitting in my driveway with a misfire problem.

My T100 just recently was revitalized. I am a beginner shade tree mechanic so to speak. I have to say though, she cranked up after 2 years of sitting in my driveway. After some replacements such as oil change, valve cover screws were a little loose, timing belt, water pump, radiator, idler pulley no. 1 and 2 plus the tensioner and 6 NGK spark plugs, she is purring so pretty! The Jeep is jealous! After doing all that myself, I don't want to buy a part that is going to potentially ruin the work I've put into it.

BTW, if anyone has any suggestions on something that might help give her a good cleaning internally, I'd love the suggestions. I've used Seafoam in the past but being the yota sat up so long, I want to be "gentle" with her. Thanks for the original post about this wireset! Much needed info in the pursuit of the perfect purrrrrr!


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Old 10-01-2010, 03:59 AM   #22
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here is the link to a fuel additive thread
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Old 10-01-2010, 10:04 AM   #23
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according to sparkplugs.com, it is 671-4137

Sparkplugs.com shows that PN applies to 93-95 22RE's.

671-4003 is the PN listed for 79-88 Pickups/4Runners, some Celicas and Coronas and a few Saabs.

I guess I am wondering if the Denso's are really recommended as good quality.

I have read some people feel NGK makes the OEM wires, some think Denso, but many have reported seeing Sumitomo printed on their stock wires.
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Sparkplugs.com shows that PN applies to 93-95 22RE's.

671-4003 is the PN listed for 79-88 Pickups/4Runners, some Celicas and Coronas and a few Saabs.
i guess a year might have helped...
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yeah, sorry, I didn't know the plug wires would have changed much on the 22RE.

Any thoughts on the Denso's quality?
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