Re: Replacing Spark plugs
That is a good possibility, however one may need to work using a garage type lift so you can bring the car to the proper level and be able to do the job from underneath.
I was able to change the spark plugs on my 2001 Sienna. There is much more room to work around the intake plenum and is much easier than the 05 LE. (I still do not dare to do the spark plugs on my 05).
I did remove wiper arm and blade assemblies,
the head to cowl top seal, disconnected the window washer hose,
and the 2 ventilator louvers.
Remove the 11 bolts and disconnected wiper motor connector,
and removed the cowl top ventilator louver.
And last removed the heater air duct.
It was really easy to do this far.
Removing and replacing the three spark plugs located up against the firewall was a little difficult but can be done. I managed to squeeze my hands in between, above and behind, got a few scratches but am very glad to have it done.
All the work took me some 2.5 hours.
2005 Sienna LE
2011 Corolla LE
2006 Corolla CE
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