1993 Toyota Camry Repair Question
Asked on April 15, 2007
1993 CAMRY LE WON'T START.
MY 1993 CAMRY LE STARTED THEN DIED. I TRIED TO START IT AGAIN AND IT WILL NOT START. IT TRIES TO TURN OVER BUT WILL NOT ENGAGE. WE'VE TRIED LISTENING FOR THE FUEL PUMP AND HEAR IT RUNNING. WE TRIED REPLACING AN IGNITION MODULE BUT IT WAS NOT THE PROBLEM. IT APPEARS THAT THE SPARK PLUGS ARE NOT GETTING FIRE. COULD IT BE THE COIL OR THE COMPUTER AND HOW CAN WE TELL? IS THERE A TEST FOR THE COIL. WE CAN'T START IT TO BRING IT TO HAVE CODES RUN ON IT OR GET IT TO A SHOP. PLEASE HELP. THIS HAS BEEN A GOOD CAR WITH NO PROBLEMS UNTIL NOW.
Replied on April 16, 2007
Check the ignition and EFI fuse. Ignition areas-coil/ignitor and computer.
Check the brown/red wire at the positive terminal of the coil for power.
The Ne and G signal has to be recieved by the computer in order for it to send an Igt signal telling the Ignitor to fire the plugs at which time the ignitor will send the Igf signal to the computer as a spark confirmation and the process goes on and on.