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Where is number 6 coil on a 2006 toyota avalon

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Below is a diagram of the cylinder layout and the firing order. The Coil pack is located on each Cylinders.

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SOURCE: 2000 toyota avalon v6 multiple random misfires.....and misfire number 4 cylinder

Sounds like HT Leads as you haven't mentioned them above? not being familiar with the car I would say distributer but by the sounds of it your leads go straight to the coils. Crank sensor might be playing up aswell.

Posted on Jan 08, 2012

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