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P0306 misfire Toyota Camry 1997. 180k miles. V6 Engine. Engine shaking with check engine light flashing. Switched the Coils to check if coils needs to be replaced for 4th and 6th. Threw the codes. P0306 is still showing up. Is it the plugs? What other problems could the car be having if its not the plugs?

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A fuel injector. I would replace the plug first tho.

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