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I have changed all 6 ignition coils and all 6 spark plugs
P1354 Toyota Description
Variable Valve Timing (VVT) system controls the intake valve timing to proper timing in response to driving condition. The Engine Control Module (ECM) controls Oil Control Valve (OCV) to make the intake valve timing properly, and, oil pressure controlled with OCV is supplied to the VVT controller, and then, VVT controller changes relative position between the camshaft and the crankshaft.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2001 hyundai santa fe 6
OK. just follow the number on the ignition coils.
And the number on the cylinders are.
The FIREWALL side are 1,3,5, Starting from the belts location.
The RADIATOR side are 2,4,6, Starting from the belts location.
The coil with number 1 go to cylinder 1. as the same way the rest of the coils and cylinders.
OK... I hope this solve your question .
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Posted on Jul 25, 2008
yes this code is a coil issue and without getting very deep it can be triggered by a defective spark plug, the knock sounds like maybe a carbon knock, run a coup[le of cans of upper cylinder cleaner in the gas tank when u fill, STP gas treatment is one of these products, if the knock persists then have the dealer check for a hard carbon problem in cylinder's or a possible piston or engine rod bearing noise.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
This isnt a simple job, its best that a experienced mechanic works on this. You will need special tools for access to the rear head. All sparkplugs in the 1MZFE motor are in the center of the cylinder heads. There are COPs (coil over plugs) atop the sparkplugs, these must be removed first.**With Engine Cold** Front head: 1.remove Coils 2.use 5/8th plug socket and extension w/ratchet turn ratchet counter clockwise till plug is loose. 3. install new plugs (make sure the plugs are properly gapped). Rear Head: Intake manifold must be removed (you need a very large allen wrench for the intake bolts removal). Once this is removed follow the same steps as the front head. Here is some illustrations on the 1MZFE engine: http://www.turboninjas.com/camry/eg2.pdf
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Posted on Jul 19, 2009
the question is is there spark from the ignition coil directly or from the dristributor try ecu cam postion sensor distributor i have a 1986 toyota supra 7m ge i cant get mine started so i was checking around and found out different things that would keep my car from running or running rough try fuses also
Posted on Mar 15, 2010
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