2006 Toyota Avalon Strut Replacement

2006 Toyota Avalon

Toyota Avalon On the 2006 Toyota Avalon, there are a few different things that can be a sign that new struts are needed. First, the average life span/recommended replacement interval is every 50,000 miles. If the tires are showing signs of “cupping” (run your hand back-to-front on the flat part of the tire. When there is any feel of “edgyness” this is “cupping). If the vehicle tends to hit bumps a little harder than what you feel it should, or not handle as tightly in corners as you feel it…

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1998 Toyota Avalon P1300 Ignition Module

1998 Toyota Avalon

Toyota Avalon On the 1998 Toyota Avalon, the P1300 is pointing to a fault with the Igniter. This is also referred to as an Ignition Control Module. Check the EFI Relay. Inspect the electrical connector and wire harness between the Igniter and the ECM. If the visual inspections check ok, most commonly, the Igniter will need to be replaced. You can find the igniter located on the lower left, rear corner of the engine compartment. Does your vehicle have a similar problem? Get connected to a Live Q&A session with a certified…

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