Question about Toyota Previa
P1305 Igniter Circuit Malfunction - No. 2
Call or visit your local toyota dealer. Purchase an ignition coil. $85 The #2 cyclinder is the passanger side front.
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Take that plastic V8 siver cover off and throw it away. Unplug the wire connection that looks like the piece you purchased. Remove the 12mm bolt that is holding the old one in place. It is pushed onto the sparkplug below. Pull out the old one. Push in the new one. reinstall the 12mm bolt. plug in wire connection. I believe the #2 can be reached without removing the plastic air intake.
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Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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