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P0306 1997 Toyota Camry V6. P0306 code is out. Engine shaking. Already switched the coils for the 4th and 6th to see if it was the coil, then threw the codes. It is still p0306.

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Switching coils is not the way to resolve that issue
At home,no experience,no test equipment, all you
can do is walk a new coil, one cylinder at a time &
drive at least 20 miles in hot weather if possible
You don't have the ability to check fuel trim or an
easy way to check for vacuum leaks.
You also can't check cylinder contribution for
mechanical problems,that should happen first
Walk a new coil,putting back the old one as you go
The codes are not always correct or you get many
that make no sense.
If one coil is bad & 7 years old the others are not
far from acting up also
Those coils do many different acts on different engines
No PO300 will tell you if you have a bad coil or what one
I have seen professional scan tool software not work,
& your back to the coil walking

Posted on Jul 21, 2013


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