where is no. one piston on a 2007 toyota highlander 3.3 v6 on 2007 Toyota Highlander

i want to know where is number one cylinder is on a 2007 toyota highlander v6 3.3

by in Deltona, FL on December 22, 2012
2 answers 8 comments
ANSWER by , December 22, 2012
Passenger side front plug. 135 on the right 246 on the left. Number one is always the closest cylinder to the front of the engine!
COMMENT by , December 22, 2012
thank you, looks like no.1 is next to the firewall.
COMMENT by , December 22, 2012
Correct, standing behind the engine flywheel, the right side.
COMMENT by , December 23, 2012
i was afraid of that, the hardest one to get to. thank you very much for your answer.
COMMENT by , December 23, 2012
U welcom and it is a pain! Engine misfire? And do the coils still feed two cylinders each? If so and # 1 has a misfire it could be the coil which is on the front bank i think. If you are lucky.
COMMENT by , December 24, 2012
i changed the timing belt. the instrutions said make sure no. 1 is top dead center. thats why i wanted to know where one was. i got it all back together and it purrs like a kitten. thanks for your help.
COMMENT by , December 24, 2012
Good deal.
ANSWER by , December 23, 2012
PATIENTLY remove upper intake plenum to get to rear bank plugs..........never mind........just saw...the rest of the story.........
COMMENT by , December 25, 2012
thank you just the same. merry christmas
COMMENT by , December 25, 2012
Merry Christmas, from all at RepairPal.