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Where is the ignition coil on the engine? I cannot locate the spark plugs either it's a v6 1999 lexus rx300

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The back plugs are under the intake plenum. Tey can be changed without pulling the plenum but for a novice it may be easier to remove the plenum. The fronts are under the engine cover that says v-6...3000..v v t i, etc. Remove that cover and you will either see three coils or three wires. The plugs will be under those.

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