Engine Mechanical problem
1995 Toyota Celica 4 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 170000 miles
I was driving the other day and the car started sputtering and finally quit. I pulled over and restarted the car 4-5 times. Each time it ran less time until finally it just turns over. I assumed I was depleting what fuel was left in the system. That would explain the running less everytime I restarted it. I have it home and checked the fuel pump by loosening a banjo fitting on the fuel filter and there is plenty of fuel. I took 2 ignition wires loose and gorund them to the block and have spark. I changed the time belt because it needed it but before I removed the old one I checked for correct timing which it had. I have check the distributor to make sure it is timed as well and it is. I have sprayed started fluid in the plenum to at least see if it will fire but it won't. I am now thinking the injectore are not firing. Which leads me back to the original problem of the car starting less and less. Am I on ther right track? Have I missed some easy test? I checked the ECM and it tests good by flashing a constant light. What about EFI relay?
have the same problem?
Tuesday, November 11th, 2008 AT 9:11 PM