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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First, it has to be running really bad with all those misfire codes-so look for basic issues first, an unplugged harness at the MAF, MAP, ignition module, even a bad battery connection-did this happen suddenly? Are you sure you have good compression, or even that it is correctly timed, that is the timing chain/belt hasn't 'slipped'? The O2 sensor issue is probably just because it is reading so much fuel that it is completely incapable of adjusting spark and fuel-you have to have a basic problem...look at issues one-by-one, harnesses, vacuum hoses disconnected, good electrical connections starting at the battery, look at the top of the engine for excess fuel (damaged/leaking fuel regulator?)-
Posted on Mar 10, 2011
SOURCE: where is 2003 avalon o2
Hi, the sensor is on the front exhaust manifold. Here is a picture of the sensor you need to replace.....
You should be able to replace it yourself.
Posted on May 31, 2011
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