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Where is cylinder #2 on 2006 toyota sienna

Diagnostic indicates #2 misfire. Which is #2?

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Cylinder arrangement is as follow
1 3 5
2 4 6
Front of vehicle.

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SOURCE: 2001 Sienna cylinders 1,3&5 misfiring

Your plugwire cabling is too 'NEAT'
Make SURE that cables don't run parallel and DO cross over one another as running parallel induces HV pulses in the adjacent cable resulting in misfire.

Get under the hood and mess them up a bit ;-)
JUST the NEAT wiring, not the firing order!

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SOURCE: Indicator light for a 2003 Toyota Sienna.

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SOURCE: 2006 RAV4 V6 multiple cylinder misfire, VSC, check engine and sli

You need a scanner to pull out the engine light codes.
Use a shopu manual to aid you with the diagnosis and repair.
The slip indicator and vsc light being on means these systems are not working. Once you pull the codes and do the repair and erase the codes the lights will go off.
There will be a code in there for the misfiring.
Good luck and keep me posted.

Posted on Mar 09, 2010

SOURCE: 1998 Toyota T 100 6 cyl. 2 wheel drive Autozone

I would go with the ones autozone gave to you.then I would check the coil packs for those 2 cylinders and see if that's the problem. If that ain't the problem then I would check the crank sensor

Posted on May 26, 2011

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