Spark Plugs need replaced Bad or Old Distributor or even a weak fuel pump, or old fuel filter.
When you replaced the plugs, did you check the compression? Did any of the plugs look different than the others? Low compression in one cylinder can cause misfiring. But then, so can a faulty distributor cap.
BEst bet is the alternator... some tell tale signs are wierd gauge reads and it dies while driving it...
Check the fuel pump, rotor, and distributor cap.
replace the plugs,wires,distributor cap,rotor and air filter.
Is it a brand new distributor ? If not then replace the module and pick-up coil in the distributor that you have.
You didn't mention what year but in most cases you will want to replace the spark plugs, air filter and fuel filter for a minor tune up. For a major tune up you would replace the spark plugs, spark plug wires, distributor cap, distributor rotor, PCV valve, air filter and fuel filter.
Make sure your plug wires are connected tightly to the correct spot on the distributor and the plugs.
Hi, There can be many things that could be happening. Your spark plugs could be loose or bad, your distributor and rotor could be bad, your fuel filter could be clogged, your air filter could be clogged, these are just some starting p[oints. Good luck. Steve H.
Plugs, wires, rotor, distributor cap, air filter, oil and filter, check radiator level, tire pressure. That is about it.
Assuming the fuel filter has also been replaced, a bad distributor cap and or wires and spark plugs could do that also.
you could check the fuel pressure and fuel filter.
check the harmonic balancer
change distributor cap and rotor
Minor tune up, spark plugs, air filter, fuel filter. Major tune up, spark plugs, spark plug wires, distributor cap, rotor, air filter, crankcase breather filter, fuel filter and pcv valve.
The spark travels from the coil to the distributor then from the distributor to the plugs. So if you have spark going into the distributor but not coming out to the plugs, I would blame the distributor cap and rotor being at fault.
You don't. It has a D.I.S. ignition system and has no distributor or rotor. There are three coils mounted over spark plugs under coil pack cover (center top of motor) Each coil fires 2 pistons. They are not replaced as a tune up item. They are only replaced if faulty. Spark plugs should be replaced every 15,000 miles.
yes and no did not changed fuel filter
My 93 camry has no power from the distributor to the spark plugs. The car unable to start.
Distributor module and crank position sensor
Check the hot wire coming from the distributor and coil to make sure it is not going to ground
A basic tune-up would involve replacing the spark plugs and possibly the plug wires. The fuel filter may be replaced and all fluid levels checked. Before electronic ignition systems it also meant to replace the points, rotor, condenser, and inspecting the distributor cap.A basic tune-up would involve replacing the spark plugs and possibly the plug wires. The fuel filter may be replaced and all fluid levels checked. Before electronic ignition systems it also meant to replace the points, rotor, condenser, and inspecting the distributor cap.
if it has spark plugs check the distributor cap and/or rotor button for corrosion
Tune it up. Replace the spark plugs, plug wires, distributor cap, rotor, fuel filter, and air filter.
replace the spark plugs, plug wires, distributor cap and rotor, set the timing, replace the air filter and fuel filter.