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Toyota Avalon how do you replace the ignition coil 2006 toyota

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how do you replace the ignition coil 2006 toyota avalon # XXXXX cyclinder

It is not that hard to remove the intake manifold. Just unbolt the bolts that hold it down to the lower intake manifold and it will lift up just enough to be able to replace the ignition coil. You do not have to completely remove it from the vehicle. Just enough to be able to pick it up about 3 or 4 inches. IF you can, leave the throttle body connected and pick that up with the the throttle body still connected. There might be one or two braces or brackets towards the back that you will need to unscrew to be able to do this. I believe there will be a 13 or 15 mm bolt that will need ot be removed in order to remove it to lift this intake plenum up. Other that that, it should up right up
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
are you talking the plastic plenum or intake assy
The upper intake plenum.
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
ill give it a try
Sounds good!

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