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My car has code P0352 but my scaner dont say wich cylinder, would you please tell me what can I do?

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It may help to tell what year, model and engine you car might be.....its like ordering a pizza and not giving your address.

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How to solve obd 2 code po352 on toyota camry


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Service engine light on OBD reader gives back code p0352 already changed coil on # 2 cylinder


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I got several error codes on my 07 Toyota Avalon, codes P0352,P0300 and P0301-P0306. Does any one one know what could be causing it or how to repair it.


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