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2007 6cyl avalon. Error codes on all six cylinders, wondering if the problem could be coming from something before ignition coils?

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1998 Toyota Avalon XLS 3.0 liter DOHC V-6 (1MZ-FE)

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Did u find code p0306 comes up ? Two things can cause this if the plug and coil have been replaced.the intake manifold may be leaking in the area of cyllinder 6 or its a mechanical issue.try doing a cyllinder misfire test and also check the compression on all cyllinders

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P1315 is a misfire in bank 4. P1315 Igniter Circuit Fault (Bank #4) . If that is the case you will need to replace the #4 coil, which is the one closest to the drivers side. I also would advise using original factory coil. At times the resistance of aftermaket coils will be a little diffrent from the other ones and cause problems.
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Replace the ignition coil in number 4 cylinder.----------This should help.Thanks.Helpmech.

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remove the spark plugs on the front and inspect. if the first one is wet and dark you need ignition coil.swap the coil with next cylinder clear code and run for a minute or till the check engine light come on.scan for code.if the code move with the coil you need coils.
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