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I am getting codes P0300, P0302, P1300, P1305 and P1310 - I recently replaced the spark plugs (less than a week ago). Thinking it might be the coil in cylinder 2, I purchased a new one and installed it today, however the problem (missing) continues.

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What is P1300,1305 1310 on a Toyota

They are MFG Specific

Get them and I will try and offer some suggestions

302 is #2 but Iam thinking if you find that
those other codes are Cam Sensors, then
we will discuss that

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