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Locate OBD-ii where is the OBD-11 socket on the 2005 highlander

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SOURCE: Where is the OBD port

It is OBD II all cars world-wide were required to be OBD II by the 1997 model year. The port should be located under the dash on the drivers side of the car. It looks like a serial port on the back of a home computer.

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Anyone have picture/illustration of where the spark plug are located on a 2005 highlander?


  1. 1 Pull the hood release and raise the hood on the Highlander. Allow the engine plenty of time to cool.
  2. 2 Remove some components to reach the spark plugs. On a 3.3 liter engine, unscrew and remove the V-bank cover and intake air tank. On a 2.4 and 3.0 liter engine, remove the number one engine cover.
  3. 3 Locate the ignition coils and spark plug wires that connect directly to the spark plugs or directly to the engine in the Toyota Highlander. In 2001 and 2002 models, theses are on the front and back of the engine. On models made after 2002, the spark plugs are along the sides. Grab the ignition coils or spark plug wires by the thick plastic piece at the end of the wire. Squeeze the end and turn it to release it from the spark plug. Pull back to remove the plug from the engine.
  4. 4 Slide the spark plug socket over the spark plug. The most common size of spark plug socket used on a Toyota Highlander is 16mm. Turn the socket to the left to unscrew and remove the spark plug from the cylinder well.
  5. 5 Apply a thin coat of anti-seize compound to the spark plug thread and into the wire boot to reduce the chance of sticking.
  6. 6 Insert the spark plug into the well and manually turn the plug into place. If you cannot reach the plug well manually, insert the plug into the socket and extension and use the extension to turn the plug into place. Do not use a socket wrench or flexible extension for this process because their force damages the spark plug.
  7. 7 Connect the ignition coil or spark plug wire to the spark plug. Turn to lock it into place.
  8. 8 Continue this process for the rest of the spark plugs. Replace any removed items onto the engine and lower the hood.

Read more: How to Replace Spark Plugs in a Toyota Highlander ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4484644_replace-spark-plugs-toyota-highlander.html#ixzz1C6Y4k5y2

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Remove a starter from a 2005 Toyota highlanderV6


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2005 Toyota Highlander check engine, track off and vsc light on, what is the problem


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My check engine light is on and I received code P1135, Manufacturer Control Fuel Air Metering is the defintion of the code. What parts do I need to get to fix problem myself?


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Trouble Code: P1135 (2.4L L4 VIN - Auto)
A/F Sensor-11 (Bank 1 Sensor 1) Heater Circuit Malfunction Print this code dataprint_icon_codes.gif
Number of Trips to Set Code: 2
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Indicators: MIL Details
Trouble Code Conditions:
Engine started, engine running, and the PCM detected the A/F Sensor-11 (A/FS-11) heater current was less than 0.25A, or that it was more than 8.0A at anytime during the CCM test.

Possible Causes:
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  • A/F sensor heater power circuit is open
  • A/F sensor heater is damaged or has failed
  • PCM has failed

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Trouble Code: P1135 (3.0L V6 VIN - Auto)
A/F Sensor-11 (Bank 1 Sensor 1) Heater Circuit Malfunction Print this code dataprint_icon_codes.gif
Number of Trips to Set Code: 2
OBD II Monitor Type: CCM Details
Indicators: MIL Details
Trouble Code Conditions:
Engine started, engine running, and the PCM detected the A/F Sensor-11 (A/FS-11) heater current was less than 0.25A, or that it was more than 8.0A at anytime during the CCM test.

Possible Causes:
  • A/F sensor heater circuit or ground circuit is open
  • A/F sensor heater power circuit is open
  • A/F sensor heater is damaged or has failed
  • PCM has failed

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