Replace them closer to 30k miles as recommended. You can tell the electrode has worn down the copper tip and/or needs re-gapping. Make sure to have a couple extensions on hand. I believe the last plug on the drivers side, I needed to use a swivel connector. Torque spec for spark plug is 15lbs-ft and coil pack is 7.4lbs-ft.
I saved a single PDF of the 07-09 factory service manual that is easy to search and navigate..180MB worth
Much of it will apply to a 10-14 as well.
Request to share and it notifies me by email and I'll add you on the download list on google drive.
Let me know if you have any trouble...
I have a 2010 FJ Cruiser, 120K.
Recently went to the dealer, who I don't have an issue with for the record.
But wanted to hear the groups opinion on these maintenance services.
I am assuming these are parts and labor
Serpentine Belt $200, Brake Fluid $150
EFI Fuel $200, 4x4 Fluids $190
So the other day my alternator died so I just replaced it. I drove the car around the past couple of days no issues. But today I was giving her some beans and at about 5000rpm the battery light flickered on. I let out of it and the battery light went off again. The battery seems to be changing...
I know this has been discussed in many threads but it got difficult to sort though all of it so here is what I could gather.
First, THANK YOU to everyone that has been putting in so much work to figuring all of this out over the past 4 years!
OK, here goes...
As most of you know, the factory...
driving home tonite i started hearing a strange sound in my front dif . turn the wheel to right and it stops . im thinking wheel bearing . anybody replaced one yet ? how hard a job is it ? any special tools needed ? thanks for your help .