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JDMGarageUK is a leading supplier of high-quality performance parts, and our Full Engine Service Kit for Toyota Yaris GR G16E-GTS 2020+ is the perfect solution for enthusiasts who want to keep their Yaris GR running at its best. This comprehensive service kit includes a range of genuine Toyota parts, such as air filters, oil filters, spark plugs, and other components that are specifically designed for the G16E-GTS engine found in the Yaris GR. These parts are made to the highest standards of quality and performance, ensuring that your vehicle runs smoothly and efficiently. Designed to simplify the process of servicing your Yaris GR, providing all the necessary components and materials in one convenient package. This makes it an ideal choice for both professional mechanics and DIY enthusiasts who want to maintain their vehicle's performance and reliability without having to source the required components separately. Brands include; Genuine Toyota  HKS Motul Oils Lucas Oils Got any questions or feedback? Email [email protected]
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    Full Engine Service Kit For Toyota Yaris GR G16E-GTS 2020+

    JDMGarageUK is a leading supplier of high-quality performance parts, and our Full Engine Service Kit for Toyota Yaris GR G16E-GTS 2020+ is the perfect solution for enthusiasts who want to keep their Yaris GR running at its best.

    This comprehensive service kit includes a range of genuine Toyota parts, such as air filters, oil filters, spark plugs, and other components that are specifically designed for the G16E-GTS engine found in the Yaris GR. These parts are made to the highest standards of quality and performance, ensuring that your vehicle runs smoothly and efficiently. Designed to simplify the process of servicing your Yaris GR, providing all the necessary components and materials in one convenient package. This makes it an ideal choice for both professional mechanics and DIY enthusiasts who want to maintain their vehicle's performance and reliability without having to source the required components separately.

    Brands include;

    Genuine Toyota 
    HKS
    Motul Oils
    Lucas Oils

    Got any questions or feedback about the our service kit? cant find a product you need? Email [email protected]

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    Toyota Yaris GR G16E-GTS 2020+

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    Oil Grades are suggestion only, please check before purchase, if you require a different grade. please contact us email [email protected] or phone 01409231887

    FAQ

    Engine Oil

    Q: What is engine oil?

    A: Engine oil is a lubricant that is used to reduce friction between the moving parts of an engine, cool the engine, and clean and protect the engine components from wear and tear.

    Q: Why is engine oil important?

    A: Engine oil is essential to the proper functioning of an engine. It keeps the moving parts of the engine lubricated, reduces wear and tear, helps maintain proper engine temperature, and helps remove contaminants from the engine.

    Q: What are the different types of engine oils?

    A: There are several types of engine oils, including conventional, synthetic, high-mileage, and synthetic blend oils. Conventional oils are made from crude oil and have additives that help improve their performance. Synthetic oils are made from chemical compounds and offer better performance than conventional oils. High-mileage oils are designed for engines with over 75,000 miles, and synthetic blend oils are a combination of conventional and synthetic oils.

    Q: How do I choose the right engine oil for my vehicle?

    A: It is important to choose an engine oil that is compatible with your vehicle's make and model, meets the manufacturer's specifications, and provides the level of protection required for your driving conditions. You can consult the owner's manual or a trusted mechanic for guidance on selecting the right engine oil.

    Q: How often should I change my engine oil?

    A: The frequency of oil changes will depend on factors such as the car's make and model, driving conditions, and the type of oil used. As a general rule of thumb, it is recommended to change the oil every 3,000 to 7,500 miles, but it is best to consult the owner's manual or a trusted mechanic for specific recommendations.

    Q: What are the signs that my engine oil needs to be changed?

    A: Signs that your engine oil needs to be changed include decreased engine performance, increased engine noise, decreased fuel efficiency, a burning smell from the engine, or a warning light on the dashboard.

    Q: Can I mix different types of engine oil?

    A: It is generally not recommended to mix different types of engine oil.

    Q: What are the benefits of using high-quality engine oil?

    A: Using high-quality engine oil can provide several benefits, including better engine performance, improved fuel efficiency, longer engine life, and reduced emissions. High-quality engine oils also provide better protection against wear and tear, which can help prevent costly engine repairs in the future.

    Oil Grades

    Q: What is engine oil grade?

    A: Engine oil grade refers to the viscosity of the oil, which is its thickness or resistance to flow. It is expressed using a numerical code system established by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE).

    Q: What do the numbers in the engine oil grade mean?

    A: The numbers in the engine oil grade represent the oil's viscosity at different temperatures. The first number followed by the letter 'W' (which stands for winter) indicates the oil's viscosity at low temperatures, while the second number indicates the oil's viscosity at high temperatures.

    Q: What is the difference between single-grade and multi-grade oils?

    A: Single-grade oils have only one viscosity grade, while multi-grade oils have two viscosity grades. Multi-grade oils are designed to perform well in both hot and cold weather, making them more versatile than single-grade oils.

    Q: How do I know what engine oil grade to use for my car?

    A: You can find the recommended engine oil grade for your car in the owner's manual. The recommended grade will depend on factors such as the car's make and model, the type of engine, and the climate where you live.

    Q: What happens if I use the wrong engine oil grade?

    A: Using the wrong engine oil grade can lead to poor engine performance, increased engine wear, and even engine damage. It is important to use the recommended engine oil grade to ensure proper engine lubrication and performance.

    Q: Can I mix different engine oil grades?

    A: It is generally not recommended to mix different engine oil grades, as it can affect the oil's viscosity and performance. If you need to top off your oil and cannot find the recommended grade, it is better to use a similar viscosity grade rather than a different one.

    Q: What are synthetic oils, and how do they affect engine oil grade?

    A: Synthetic oils are man-made oils designed to perform better than traditional mineral oils. They typically have better viscosity stability and can withstand higher temperatures. Synthetic oils may have a different viscosity grade than traditional mineral oils, so it is important to use the recommended oil for your engine, whether it is synthetic or not.

    Q: How often should I change my engine oil?

    A: The frequency of oil changes will depend on factors such as the car's make and model, the type of engine, and the driving conditions. You can find the recommended oil change intervals in the owner's manual. In general, most cars require an oil change every 5,000 to 7,500 miles, but this can vary.

    Spark Plugs

    Q: What is a spark plug heat range?

    A: The spark plug heat range refers to how quickly the spark plug can transfer heat from the firing tip to the engine's cooling system.

    Q: What does a spark plug's heat range affect?

    A: A spark plug's heat range affects its ability to resist fouling and pre-ignition, as well as its overall lifespan. A spark plug that is too cold for the engine can lead to fouling, while a plug that is too hot can lead to pre-ignition and detonation.

    Q: What is the difference between a hot and a cold spark plug?

    A: A hot spark plug has a longer insulator nose, which allows it to run at a higher temperature, while a cold spark plug has a shorter insulator nose, which keeps it cooler.

    Q: How do I know which spark plug heat range to use for my engine?

    A: You can find the recommended spark plug heat range for your engine in the owner's manual or by consulting a trusted mechanic. The recommended heat range will depend on factors such as the engine's compression ratio, fuel octane, and operating conditions.

    Q: Can I use a hotter or colder spark plug than recommended?

    A: It is generally not recommended to use a spark plug that is hotter or colder than recommended, as this can affect engine performance and potentially cause damage. If you have questions about which spark plug to use, consult a trusted mechanic.

    Q: How can I tell if my spark plug heat range is too hot or too cold?

    A: If your spark plug heat range is too hot, you may experience pre-ignition, detonation, or engine damage. If your spark plug heat range is too cold, you may experience fouling or misfires. Consult a trusted mechanic if you suspect your spark plug heat range is incorrect.

    Q: Can I change the spark plug heat range on my own?

    A: Changing the spark plug heat range requires replacing the spark plugs with ones that have a different heat range. If you have experience working on engines, you may be able to change the spark plugs on your own. Otherwise, it is best to consult a trusted mechanic.

    Q: How often should I change my spark plugs?

    A: The frequency of spark plug changes will depend on factors such as the engine's make and model, driving conditions, and the type of spark plug. Consult the owner's manual or a trusted mechanic for recommended spark plug change intervals.

    Brake Fluid

    Q: What is brake fluid?

    A: Brake fluid is a type of hydraulic fluid that is used in the brake system to transfer force from the brake pedal to the brake pads or shoes.

    Q: What are the different types of brake fluid?

    A: There are two main types of brake fluid: glycol-based and silicone-based. Glycol-based brake fluid is more commonly used and comes in DOT 3, DOT 4, and DOT 5.1 specifications. Silicone-based brake fluid is less common and comes in DOT 5 specification.

    Q: What is the difference between DOT 3, DOT 4, and DOT 5.1 brake fluid?

    A: The main difference between these specifications is their boiling points and viscosity. DOT 3 has a lower boiling point and viscosity than DOT 4, while DOT 5.1 has a higher boiling point than both DOT 3 and DOT 4.

    Q: Can I mix different types of brake fluid?

    A: It is not recommended to mix different types of brake fluid, as this can affect the fluid's performance and potentially damage the brake system. Always use the type of brake fluid recommended by the manufacturer.

    Q: How often should I change my brake fluid?

    A: The frequency of brake fluid changes will depend on factors such as the car's make and model, driving conditions, and the type of brake fluid. As a general rule of thumb, it is recommended to change brake fluid every two years, but it is best to consult the owner's manual or a trusted mechanic for specific recommendations.

    Q: How do I know when to change my brake fluid?

    A: There are several signs that your brake fluid needs to be changed, including a spongy or soft brake pedal, a decrease in brake performance, or a low brake fluid level. A brake fluid test can also be performed to determine the fluid's condition.

    Q: Can I check my brake fluid level on my own?

    A: Yes, you can check your brake fluid level on your own by locating the brake fluid reservoir and checking the fluid level against the markings on the side of the reservoir. However, it is important to use caution when working with brake fluid, as it can be corrosive and harmful if ingested.

    Q: Can I replace my brake fluid on my own?

    A: Replacing brake fluid requires knowledge of the brake system and hydraulic principles. If you have experience working on cars, you may be able to replace the brake fluid on your own. Otherwise, it is best to consult a trusted mechanic.

    Air Filters

    Q: What is an air filter?

    A: An air filter is a component in a vehicle's air intake system that removes impurities such as dust, pollen, and debris from the air before it enters the engine.

    Q: Why is an air filter important?

    A: An air filter is important because it helps to keep the engine clean and free of debris, which can improve fuel efficiency, performance, and engine longevity.

    Q: How often should I change my air filter?

    A: The frequency of air filter changes will depend on factors such as the car's make and model, driving conditions, and the type of air filter. As a general rule of thumb, it is recommended to change the air filter every 12,000 to 15,000 miles, but it is best to consult the owner's manual or a trusted mechanic for specific recommendations.

    Q: How do I know when to change my air filter?

    A: There are several signs that your air filter needs to be changed, including reduced engine performance, decreased fuel efficiency, black smoke from the exhaust, or a noticeable decrease in airflow from the vents.

    Q: Can I clean and reuse my air filter?

    A: Some air filters can be cleaned and reused, while others must be replaced. Consult the owner's manual or a trusted mechanic to determine if your air filter can be cleaned and reused.

    Q: What are the different types of air filters?

    A: There are several types of air filters, including paper filters, foam filters, and cotton filters. Each type has its own benefits and drawbacks, and the best type of filter for your car will depend on factors such as driving conditions and personal preference.

    Q: Can a dirty air filter affect my car's fuel efficiency?

    A: Yes, a dirty air filter can restrict airflow to the engine, which can reduce fuel efficiency and cause the engine to work harder than necessary.

    Q: Can a dirty air filter damage my engine?

    A: Yes, a dirty air filter can cause damage to the engine if it allows debris to enter the engine and cause damage to the internal components. It is important to change the air filter regularly to avoid this risk.

    Q: Can I replace my air filter on my own?

    A: Yes, replacing an air filter is a relatively simple process and can often be done on your own. However, if you are unsure of how to replace the air filter or if your car has a more complex air intake system, it is best to consult a trusted mechanic.

    Pollen Filters

    Q: What is a pollen filter?

    A: A pollen filter, also known as a cabin air filter or an air conditioning filter, is a component in a vehicle's air intake system that removes airborne impurities such as dust, pollen, and pollutants from the air before it enters the cabin.

    Q: Why is a pollen filter important?

    A: A pollen filter is important because it helps to improve air quality inside the vehicle, especially for people who suffer from allergies or respiratory problems. It also helps to prevent dust and debris from accumulating inside the air conditioning system.

    Q: How often should I change my pollen filter?

    A: The frequency of pollen filter changes will depend on factors such as the car's make and model, driving conditions, and the type of pollen filter. As a general rule of thumb, it is recommended to change the pollen filter every 12,000 to 15,000 miles or once a year, but it is best to consult the owner's manual or a trusted mechanic for specific recommendations.

    Q: How do I know when to change my pollen filter?

    A: There are several signs that your pollen filter needs to be changed, including reduced air flow from the vents, unpleasant odors coming from the air conditioning system, or an increase in allergy symptoms when inside the vehicle.

    Q: Can I clean and reuse my pollen filter?

    A: Some pollen filters can be cleaned and reused, while others must be replaced. Consult the owner's manual or a trusted mechanic to determine if your pollen filter can be cleaned and reused.

    Q: What are the different types of pollen filters?

    A: There are several types of pollen filters, including particle filters, activated carbon filters, and combination filters that use both types of filtration. Each type has its own benefits and drawbacks, and the best type of filter for your car will depend on factors such as driving conditions and personal preference.

    Q: Can a dirty pollen filter affect my car's air conditioning system?

    A: Yes, a dirty pollen filter can restrict air flow and cause the air conditioning system to work harder than necessary, which can reduce its effectiveness and increase wear and tear on the system.

    Q: Can I replace my pollen filter on my own?

    A: Yes, replacing a pollen filter is a relatively simple process and can often be done on your own. However, if you are unsure of how to replace the pollen filter or if your car has a more complex air intake system, it is best to consult a trusted mechanic.

    Fuel Filters

    Q: What is a fuel filter?

    A: A fuel filter is a component in a vehicle's fuel system that removes impurities such as dirt, rust, and debris from the fuel before it reaches the engine.

    Q: Why is a fuel filter important?

    A: A fuel filter is important because it helps to prevent contaminants from entering the engine and causing damage or reduced performance. It can also help to prolong the life of the fuel injectors and fuel pump.

    Q: How often should I change my fuel filter?

    A: The frequency of fuel filter changes will depend on factors such as the car's make and model, driving conditions, and the type of fuel filter. As a general rule of thumb, it is recommended to change the fuel filter every 20,000 to 40,000 miles, but it is best to consult the owner's manual or a trusted mechanic for specific recommendations.

    Q: How do I know when to change my fuel filter?

    A: There are several signs that your fuel filter needs to be changed, including reduced engine performance, decreased fuel efficiency, difficulty starting the engine, or stalling. A fuel pressure test can also be performed to determine if the fuel filter is clogged.

    Q: Can I clean and reuse my fuel filter?

    A: Some fuel filters can be cleaned and reused, while others must be replaced. Consult the owner's manual or a trusted mechanic to determine if your fuel filter can be cleaned and reused.

    Q: What are the different types of fuel filters?

    A: There are several types of fuel filters, including inline filters and cartridge filters. Inline filters are located in the fuel line and can be easily replaced, while cartridge filters are located inside the fuel pump or near the fuel tank and may require professional installation.

    Q: Can a dirty fuel filter damage my engine?

    A: Yes, a dirty fuel filter can cause damage to the engine if it allows contaminants to enter the engine and cause damage to the internal components. It is important to change the fuel filter regularly to avoid this risk.

    Q: Can I replace my fuel filter on my own?

    A: Replacing a fuel filter can be a complex and potentially dangerous process, as fuel can be flammable and volatile. If you are unsure of how to replace the fuel filter or if your car has a more complex fuel system, it is best to consult a trusted mechanic.

    Oil Filters

    Q: What is an oil filter?

    A: An oil filter is a component in a vehicle's engine that filters out contaminants from the engine oil before it circulates through the engine.

    Q: Why is an oil filter important?

    A: The oil filter is an essential component of the engine's lubrication system. It prevents contaminants such as dirt, debris, and metal particles from entering the engine, which can cause damage and decrease its lifespan.

    Q: How often should I change my oil filter?

    A: The frequency of oil filter changes will depend on factors such as the car's make and model, driving conditions, and the type of oil filter. As a general rule of thumb, it is recommended to change the oil filter every time you change the engine oil or every 3,000 to 7,500 miles, but it is best to consult the owner's manual or a trusted mechanic for specific recommendations.

    Q: What are the different types of oil filters?

    A: There are several types of oil filters, including cartridge filters, spin-on filters, and magnetic filters. Cartridge filters are replaceable elements that are inserted into a permanent housing. Spin-on filters are self-contained units that can be easily installed and removed. Magnetic filters use magnets to trap metal particles and are often used in high-performance engines (the lattter two spin on type / magnetic being the most common options).

    Q: Can I use an aftermarket oil filter instead of an OEM filter?

    A: It is important to choose a filter that meets or exceeds the specifications of the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) to ensure proper fit and function. Using a filter that does not meet the manufacturer's specifications could result in decreased engine performance or warranty issues, for your convenience we only sell products we would be happy with using ourselves.

    Q: What should I look for in an oil filter?

    A: When choosing an oil filter, look for one that is compatible with your vehicle's make and model, has a high filtration efficiency rating, and is made from high-quality materials. It is also important to choose a filter that meets the manufacturer's specifications.

    Q: Can I clean and reuse my oil filter?

    A: Some oil filters can be cleaned and reused, while others must be replaced. Consult the owner's manual or a trusted mechanic to determine if your oil filter can be cleaned and reused (Many spin on filters are not cleanable).

    Q: What are the signs that my oil filter needs to be changed?

    A: Signs that your oil filter needs to be changed include decreased engine performance, decreased fuel efficiency, a knocking sound coming from the engine, or a warning light on the dashboard.

    Please Note

    Oil Grades are suggestion only, please check before purchase, if you require a different grade. please contact us email [email protected] or phone 01409231887

    Carrying Out Work

    Carrying out an oil change

    Changing the oil in your car is a relatively simple process that can be done with a few basic tools and some knowledge of your car's engine. Here are the general steps to change the oil in your car:

    1) Gather the necessary supplies: You will need a new oil filter, the correct type and amount of oil for your car's engine, an oil filter wrench, a drain pan, and a funnel.
    2) Prepare your car: Start by parking your car on a level surface and turning off the engine. Make sure the engine has cooled down to avoid burning yourself on hot oil.
    3) Locate the oil filter and drain plug: Refer to your car's owner's manual to locate the oil filter and drain plug. The oil filter is typically located on the bottom of the engine and the drain plug is located under the oil pan.
    4) Drain the oil: Position the drain pan under the drain plug and use the wrench to remove the plug. Allow the old oil to drain into the pan until it has stopped dripping. Once the oil has drained, replace the drain plug and tighten it securely.
    5) Replace the oil filter: Use the oil filter wrench to remove the old filter. Apply a thin coat of new oil to the rubber gasket on the new filter and then screw it into place. Make sure it is tight, but do not over-tighten it.
    6) Add new oil: Using the funnel, slowly add the new oil to the engine. Check the owner's manual for the correct type and amount of oil to use. Once you have added the appropriate amount of oil, replace the oil cap.
    7) Start the engine: Turn on the engine and let it run for a few minutes. Check for any leaks and make sure the oil pressure light goes off.
    8) Check the oil level: Turn off the engine and wait a few minutes for the oil to settle. Remove the oil dipstick and check the oil level. Add more oil if necessary to bring the level to the appropriate level.

    That's it! With these steps, you can change the oil in your car and keep your engine running smoothly.

    Changing a fuel filter

    Changing a fuel filter is an important part of regular maintenance for your car. A dirty or clogged fuel filter can cause your car to run poorly or even stop running altogether. Here are the general steps to change a fuel filter:

    1) Gather the necessary supplies: You will need a new fuel filter, a wrench or pliers, safety glasses, and a container to catch any spilled fuel.
    2) Locate the fuel filter: The fuel filter is usually located somewhere along the fuel line, either under the car or under the hood. Refer to your car's owner's manual to find the exact location of the fuel filter.
    3) Depressurize the fuel system: Before you can change the fuel filter, you need to depressurize the fuel system. Locate the fuel pump fuse in your car's fuse box and remove it. Then, start the engine and let it run until it stalls. This will release the pressure in the fuel system.
    4) Remove the old fuel filter: Use the wrench or pliers to loosen the clamps holding the fuel filter in place. Then, remove the fuel lines from the old filter. Be prepared for some fuel to spill out when you remove the lines.
    5) Install the new fuel filter: Install the new fuel filter in the same location as the old one, making sure it is installed in the correct direction. Reconnect the fuel lines to the new filter and tighten the clamps securely.
    6) Replace the fuel pump fuse: Put the fuel pump fuse back in the fuse box.
    7) Start the engine: Turn the key to the "on" position and let the fuel pump run for a few seconds to build up pressure in the fuel system. Then, start the engine and let it run for a few minutes. Check for any leaks.

    That's it! With these steps, you can change the fuel filter in your car and keep your engine running smoothly. It's a good idea to check your car's owner's manual for the recommended intervals for changing the fuel filter, as it can vary depending on the make and model of your car.

    Changing your air filter

    Changing an air filter is a simple and important part of regular maintenance for your car. A dirty or clogged air filter can cause your engine to work harder, reduce fuel efficiency, and even damage engine components. Here are the general steps to change an air filter:

    1) Gather the necessary supplies: You will need a new air filter, a screwdriver or socket set (depending on your car), and a rag.
    2) Locate the air filter: The air filter is usually located in a rectangular box near the engine. Refer to your car's owner's manual to find the exact location of the air filter.
    3) Remove the old air filter: Use the screwdriver or socket set to remove any screws or clips that are holding the air filter box in place. Carefully remove the old air filter from the box.
    4) Clean the air filter box: Use the rag to clean out any debris or dirt that may have collected in the air filter box.
    5) Install the new air filter: Install the new air filter in the same position as the old one, making sure it fits snugly in the box. Replace any screws or clips that you removed to access the air filter.
    6) Close the air filter box: Make sure the air filter box is securely closed.
    That's it! With these steps, you can change the air filter in your car and keep your engine running smoothly. It's a good idea to check your car's owner's manual for the recommended intervals for changing the air filter, as it can vary depending on the make and model of your car.

    Changing your pollen filter

    Changing your pollen filter, also known as your cabin air filter, is an important part of maintaining good air quality in your car's interior. The pollen filter is responsible for filtering out dust, pollen, and other small particles that can be harmful to your health. Here are the general steps to change your pollen filter:

    1) Gather the necessary supplies: You will need a new pollen filter, a screwdriver or socket set (depending on your car), and a rag.
    2) Locate the pollen filter: The pollen filter is usually located behind the glove compartment or under the dashboard on the passenger side. Refer to your car's owner's manual to find the exact location of the pollen filter.
    3) Remove the old pollen filter: Use the screwdriver or socket set to remove any screws or clips that are holding the pollen filter cover in place. Carefully remove the old pollen filter from its housing.
    4) Clean the pollen filter housing: Use the rag to clean out any debris or dirt that may have collected in the pollen filter housing.
    5) Install the new pollen filter: Install the new pollen filter in the same position as the old one, making sure it fits snugly in the housing. Replace any screws or clips that you removed to access the pollen filter.
    6) Close the pollen filter cover: Make sure the pollen filter cover is securely closed.

    That's it! With these steps, you can change your pollen filter and maintain good air quality in your car's interior. It's a good idea to check your car's owner's manual for the recommended intervals for changing the pollen filter, as it can vary depending on the make and model of your car.

    Changing your spark plugs.

    Changing spark plugs is an important part of maintaining your car's engine performance. Spark plugs are responsible for igniting the fuel and air mixture in the engine, and worn or dirty spark plugs can cause engine misfires, reduced power, and decreased fuel efficiency. Here are the general steps to change spark plugs:

    1) Gather the necessary supplies: You will need new spark plugs, a spark plug socket, a ratchet or wrench, and a spark plug gap tool (if necessary).
    2) Locate the spark plugs: The spark plugs are usually located on the top of the engine, underneath a plastic or rubber cover. Refer to your car's owner's manual to find the exact location of the spark plugs.
    3) Remove the old spark plugs: Use the spark plug socket and ratchet or wrench to remove the old spark plugs from the engine. Make sure to keep track of which spark plug came from which cylinder.
    4) Check the spark plug gap: If your new spark plugs do not come pre-gapped, use the spark plug gap tool to adjust the gap between the electrodes according to your car's specifications.
    5) Install the new spark plugs: Use the spark plug socket and ratchet or wrench to install the new spark plugs into the engine. Make sure to tighten them to the manufacturer's recommended torque specification.
    6) Replace the spark plug wires: If your car has individual spark plug wires, replace them one at a time to avoid mixing up the firing order.

    That's it! With these steps, you can change your spark plugs and improve your engine's performance. It's a good idea to check your car's owner's manual for the recommended intervals for changing spark plugs, as it can vary depending on the make and model of your car.

    Please Note

    This is generic advice, replacing parts can be a complex and potentially dangerous process, parts can be flammable and volatile. If you are unsure of how to replace the part or if your car has a complex system, it is best to consult a trusted mechanic.

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    Motul Oils

    Motul is a French company that has been producing high-performance oils and lubricants for over 160 years. Motul oils are widely used in motorsports and are recognized for their exceptional quality, performance, and reliability.

    Motul offers a wide range of engine oils, transmission fluids, and other lubricants designed for various types of vehicles, including cars, motorcycles, trucks, and racing cars. The company's product line includes both mineral-based and synthetic oils, as well as specialty products designed for high-performance and racing applications.

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    Overall, Motul oils are a top choice for those seeking the best possible performance and protection for their engines. With a long history of producing high-quality lubricants, Motul continues to innovate and provide exceptional products that are trusted by drivers and motorsports enthusiasts around the world.

    HKS

    HKS is a Japanese company that specializes in producing aftermarket automotive parts and accessories, with a focus on high-performance tuning. The company was founded in 1973 and has since become one of the leading manufacturers of aftermarket parts for Japanese performance vehicles, including Subaru, Mitsubishi, and Nissan.

    HKS offers a wide range of parts and accessories designed to improve the performance of both naturally aspirated and turbocharged engines. These include exhaust systems, turbochargers, intercoolers, air intake systems, engine management systems, and suspension components. HKS parts are designed to offer superior performance, reliability, and durability, and are trusted by motorsports enthusiasts around the world.

    HKS has a long history of success in motorsports, with many of its products developed and tested on the race track. The company's founder, Hiroyuki Hasegawa, was a former engine tuner for Nissan Motorsports, and his experience in motorsports has been instrumental in the company's success. HKS has sponsored many racing teams and events over the years, and its products have been used to set numerous records and win championships in various forms of motorsports.

    HKS is committed to innovation and continues to invest heavily in research and development. The company's products are designed using the latest technology and materials, and its engineering team is dedicated to creating products that offer the best possible performance and reliability. HKS also places a strong emphasis on quality control, ensuring that every part meets its rigorous standards before it is released to the market.

    In summary, HKS is a leading manufacturer of aftermarket automotive parts and accessories, with a focus on high-performance tuning. With a long history of success in motorsports and a commitment to innovation and quality, HKS is a trusted brand among motorsports enthusiasts and performance car owners around the world.

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    Part Type Service Kit
    Manufacturer Toyota
    Model Yaris GR
    Variant GXPA16
    Engine G16E-GTS
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