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I RECENTLY REPLACED THE COIL PACK AND ...
1993 Toyota Camry
January, 12, 2013 AT 3:19 PM
I recently replaced the coil pack and distributor, and my car still isn't starting. I was thinking that it may be the timing belt, but need to know how to check it myself. Also, if you have any suggestions. Please help.
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