Iridium spark plugs for hybrid cars

I drive a Toyota Sienta Hybrid, 2017 make.

Regular mechanic told me the engine / motor oil (he used synthetic type)
for hybrid is different from non-hybrid cars.

What about spark plugs (I'm looking at iridium) : is it different from non-
hybrid cars'  iridium spark plugs?

Can point me to an ebay, Amazon or Aliexpress link that sell Sienta
Hybrid's iridium spark plugs?
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sunhuxAuthor Commented:

I'm considering getting the above spark plugs (part number 90919-01247 / FK20HR11 ):
would it work/fit on Toyota Sienna / Sienta  hybrid cars ?
David Johnson, CD, MVPRetiredCommented:
need the year, make and exact model.  as asked on this page
Davis McCarnOwnerCommented:
Your owners manual should list the correct part number for the spark plugs and that is where to start.
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Re: Q1;  
All the models listed below use the same plug.

2017 Toyota Sienna
3.5L V6
2017 Toyota Sienna
3.5L V6

2017 Toyota Sienna
3.5L V6

2017 Toyota Sienna
3.5L V6

2017 Toyota Sienna
3.5L V6

sunhuxAuthor Commented:
My Sienna make is Year 2017 but odd that what's all listed above are all 3.5L (engine capacity??) :
as far as I know, my model is 1.5L (possibly 1.595L).

Bear with me, so will the plug  below works on my model:
sunhuxAuthor Commented:
The reason I'm enquiring is I've misplaced my car manual & I'm
not even certain if I got the car model right as the Amazon from
David & various eBay links only list 3.5L models but I was sure
my car engine's capacity is below 1.6L.

The other doubt is whether there's really any difference in the
spark plugs for hubrid & non-hybrid of the same car model?
Davis McCarnOwnerCommented:
The Sienna is a full sized minivan; but, the Sienta is a micro and they are completely different vehicles.  Is this what you have? (scroll down to see 1025 and newer models)
As a note, too, it looks like the Sienta is not sold in the U.S.
You ought to be able to download a PDF version of your owners manual; however, you'll need to search from where you are as it is not on the U.S. Toyota website.
sunhuxAuthor Commented:
yes Davis' link clarifies the car model
tt I have ie  1.5L 1NZ-FXE I4 hybrid.
so can the spark plug given in the eBay
link work on my sienta?
sunhuxAuthor Commented:
its the 2nd gen under the link from Davis
Davis McCarnOwnerCommented:
The plugs you listed are FK20HR11 and, as near as I can tell, you need SK16R11 plugs; but, you either need to read the part number from one of the plugs in your engine or find a link to download your users manual from Toyota.  I can virtually guarantee it is available, just not in the USA.  I had to search for your engine (1NZ-FXE) to find them.

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David Johnson, CD, MVPRetiredCommented:
write down your VIN (vehicle identification number) and submit it to vin decoder
sunhuxAuthor Commented:
Where can I find/locate the VIN?
David Johnson, CD, MVPRetiredCommented:
drivers side bottom right look in the front window
sunhuxAuthor Commented:
Thanks very much guys;  I'll give the FK20HR11 a try as the
mechanic here charges USD97 for four pcs of Iridium (not
original fr Toyota) spark plugs inclusive of labour to install.

When I next go for service, will just ask them to install with
the USD11-12 plugs
sunhuxAuthor Commented:
Found my Sienta's manual : it's all in Japanese & can't
understand a word of it;  can't locate any pictures that
show spark plug too;  I'll go with FK20HR11
you did not give me time to reply before accepting an answer that does not confirm much af what you asked..., you gave the wrong car info. so made us search unessecary.
I live in Japan and can translate your manual to find out the correct plugs.
suggest you ask for a moderater to re-open this question or ask a new question and send me the link to it so I can answer promtly.

sunhuxAuthor Commented:
Thanks Michael,  I just recreated a new post :
  under the topic  "Automotive" & "Hardware"
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