Denso PK20R11 or PK20TR11 for '95 Camry V6 ?

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Old 25 Oct 2003, 10:48 pm   #1 (permalink)
gordon & ilse slishman
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Default Denso PK20R11 or PK20TR11 for '95 Camry V6 ?

The owner's manual and the Denso website specify PK20R11
for the vehicle. The Toyota dealer sold me PK20TR11.
Can anyone explain the T difference? If the difference matters,
should I trust the dealer (California South Bay) or Toyota and Denso?

Thanks again!
Gordon
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Old 26 Oct 2003, 12:25 pm   #2 (permalink)
Skippy
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Default Re: Denso PK20R11 or PK20TR11 for '95 Camry V6 ?

You got me curious, so I googled it. This is what I found - makes sort-of
sense.

PK = Platinum-tipped electrodes (14mm thread, 16mm Hex)
20 = Heat Range (the lower the number, the hotter)
T = Special Design Code T means Dual Ground Electrode for "T"oyota OEM.
R = Resistor type of plug (vs. non-resistor)
11 = the gap (1.1 mm gap)

http://www.spark-plugs.co.uk/pages/t...ymbol_code.htm

Jeff

"gordon & ilse slishman" <slishman@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> The owner's manual and the Denso website specify PK20R11
> for the vehicle. The Toyota dealer sold me PK20TR11.
> Can anyone explain the T difference? If the difference matters,
> should I trust the dealer (California South Bay) or Toyota and Denso?
>
> Thanks again!
> Gordon
> slishman@hotmail.com
>
>



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