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There are 2 knock sensors for the V6, they are both located under the inlet manifold. You will need a competent mechanic to do this for you, it may be cheaper for you to supply the parts as most mechanics do a huge markup on parts. They use the excuse that they won't warranty the work if you don't buy it through them, kind of a ripoff but your the victim of that game. Find an honest mechanic, even a backyarder these days has more integrity than apprentice mechanics they use these days. Good luck.
Posted on Oct 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: KNOCK SENSOR
pore quality fuel will also set that code. dont get into too big of a rush to replace it . run a couple tanks of good gas first but here is a diagram that might help you out
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
SOURCE: vsc vsc off check engine
Disconnect your battery for 10 minutes after which you connect it back the lights should go off. Don't report to toyota. Nigerian style!
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
Check this site out
you need the passenger side door lock assembly kit.
There is one posted for sale in the US on this site. just scroll down for the following information and link
Used 1998 Toyota Avalon passenger door lock assembly 1998 Toyota Avalon
passenger door lock assembly
this is the part that surrounds the lock driver side. Car color is green cary, North Carolina 27513
The solenoid or actuator arm for the door lock assembly is probably not working to full spec.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
SOURCE: Toyota Avalon 2000
Knock sensor is located under the intake manifold, and there are two of them one for each Bank etc.
at the engine block under the intake manifold ....It takes about four hours good tech time....
Posted on May 03, 2009
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