I recently changed my spark plugs but not my wires on my 98 corrolla and now it wont start
What could be the issue? It ran fine before I changed the plugsl
Best guess is the ignition wires are mixed up. Check the coils for cylinder number markings. If there be sure the correct coil lead goes to the correct spark plug
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