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1993 Toyota Camry no spark motor just died you replaced timing belt tensioner and water pump with new plugs cap rotor and wires you still have no spark coil ohms good what next distributor ohms good?

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2008-05-19 01:17:08
2008-05-19 01:17:08

You could have a bad ignitor. It is located on the drivers side fender well. There is also still a good possibility that your ignition coil is bad, despite the fact that the coil resistance is checking out within specs. I would change the coil first; it's cheaper than the ignitor or the distibutor. If still no start and you have verified that the coil is getting voltage then it is the pickup coil in the distributor. Unfortunately, the pickup coil is not replaceable on its own. You will have to change the whole distributor to get a new pickup coil. Good luck.

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