CAMRY Spark Plugs ?

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Old 29 Jun 2006, 12:56 pm   #1 (permalink)
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I have just been to buy some replacement plugs from
my Main Toyota Dealer .

My CAMRY is a 1995 5S-FE 2.2 litre.

Plugs specified in the handbook I got with the car when
I purchased it new were NIPPONDENSO K20R-U11

When the spares guy brought out the new set of plugs for me
the number on the boxes are

W20EXR-U.

I mentions that this was not the number quoted in the handbook.
But he replies he was THE TOYOTA spares man.

And I had been give the right Toyota Part Number for the car.
I made comment on "I usually get the other ones "was met with if it does
not run right or idels bad just bring them back. LOL.

I have just been trying to check up on Nippon Web site.

This 20 in the number appears to be the set gap = 2mm

The 11 of the other plug set at is 1.1mm..

Have I got the wrong plugs. supplied. ?

In passing a set of 4 here is £14.85 GB£

USA $ = Circa $27
How does prices compare.

Tks

Johnny UK



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Old 29 Jun 2006, 03:48 pm   #2 (permalink)
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JM wrote:
> I have just been to buy some replacement plugs from
> my Main Toyota Dealer .

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These are my notes from a 1994 4 cylinder couple years ago, and I'm
quite certain this Toyota dealer supplied the correct part.

Quantity - 4 : - Spark Plug
Part number 90919-01178-83
Price each/ all (USD): 6.12/24.48

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Old 30 Jun 2006, 09:45 am   #3 (permalink)
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"Daniel" <nospampls2002@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> JM wrote:
>> I have just been to buy some replacement plugs from
>> my Main Toyota Dealer .

> ==========================
> These are my notes from a 1994 4 cylinder couple years ago, and I'm
> quite certain this Toyota dealer supplied the correct part.
>
> Quantity - 4 : - Spark Plug
> Part number 90919-01178-83
> Price each/ all (USD): 6.12/24.48


Hi Daniel,

Well I rang around another 2 Toyota Dealers in the UK.
Both confirmed I had been supplied with ther wrong plugs.

The part number T90919-01184 was correct for my year 1995.
The invoice I received was T9-919-01184

But the Pn on the plgs boxes was T90919-01084.

I went back to the Supplying Toyota dealer this noon.

And WOW...he had just got new stock this morning of the right
ones.
That was so convenient.

I think he just wanted rid of this older lot, Where there boxes had
all been openned at some time.
And to much cello tape on them for my liking.

So I am all fixed up now.
I was suprised there was only you that answered

Thanks for taking the time.

Cheers Johnny UK.
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Old 30 Jun 2006, 07:58 pm   #4 (permalink)
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Next time consider NGK. Toyota specifies either NGK or Denso
(NipponDenso, now just plain Denso). I don't care much for Denso spark
plugs. And if you pay similar amounts then why not specify NGKs. They
are better plugs.

http://www.ngksparkplugs.com

I prefer the NGK iridium plugs (the Laser Iridium is even better, with
a platinum ground pad and a thicker center electrode Toyota uses it for
120K-mile). The following stock numbers are US.

There are a lot of choices in different price ranges. The laser Iridium
(IFR6T11, USD$7.64 online) is now the standard 120K-mile plug, for
about USD$2 more than the stock Iridium IX (BKR6EIX-11, USD$6.58). If
you want cheaper plugs, G-Power Platinum is a good performance plug
(about USD$2.42).


These are the plugs listed in the NGK catalog for the US/non-california
application.

1995 TOYOTA CAMRY LE 2.2 L4 5S-FE FI DOHC; Wires - Non-Califor
Spark Plug Part No. Stock No. Plug Gap
Standard BKR6ES-11 5553 0.044
V-Power BKR6E-11 2756 0.044
G-Power Platinum BKR6EGP 7092 0.044
Laser Platinum BKR6EP-11 2978 0.044
OE Laser Iridium IFR6T11 ^ 4589 0.044
Iridium IX BKR6EIX-11 3764 0.044


JM wrote:
> I have just been to buy some replacement plugs from
> my Main Toyota Dealer .
>
> My CAMRY is a 1995 5S-FE 2.2 litre.
>
> Plugs specified in the handbook I got with the car when
> I purchased it new were NIPPONDENSO K20R-U11
>
> When the spares guy brought out the new set of plugs for me
> the number on the boxes are
>
> W20EXR-U.
>
> I mentions that this was not the number quoted in the handbook.
> But he replies he was THE TOYOTA spares man.
>
> And I had been give the right Toyota Part Number for the car.
> I made comment on "I usually get the other ones "was met with if it does
> not run right or idels bad just bring them back. LOL.
>
> I have just been trying to check up on Nippon Web site.
>
> This 20 in the number appears to be the set gap = 2mm
>
> The 11 of the other plug set at is 1.1mm..
>
> Have I got the wrong plugs. supplied. ?
>
> In passing a set of 4 here is £14.85 GB£
>
> USA $ = Circa $27
> How does prices compare.
>
> Tks
>
> Johnny UK
>


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