Which spark plug is used on a 1985 Celica GTS to check timing?
The Number One spark plug-- which is the one in front nearest the fan. Make sure to remove and plug any vacuum lines leading to the distributor before setting timing, and set with a warmed-up engine. When you finish, the vacuum line with suction on it at idle goes on the vacuum port nearest the distributor cap.
I had that problem, now is resolved as per below; *Dirty spark plugs. *Old rusted spark plugs cables. *Old timing Distributor cap and condenser. ** Carburetor not sincronized and check your catalistic. ***If original Timing ,,it needs to be replace . Once you check all that, make your decision ,,it may cost you , but after that,, you have a great solid car.
Well, I'd check the distributor cap and rotor first. If those seem to be in fair order, then you probably have a slipped/broken timing chain/belt. If the timing gear doesn't turn, no spark will be sent to the plugs. Also check all wires to and from the coil, especially the coil wire itself. Bad coil wires are not uncommon (no connection between coil and distributor = no spark). The coil itself may be faulty or…
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You changed your spark plugs rotor and distributor cap but still missing and back firing on a 1985 c10 pick up?
4 possibilities so far... 1. the new wires are still on incorrectly, check wiring diagram for your particular engine. 2. the timing chain and sprocket/gear has jumped a tooth or just plain worn out and needs replaced. 3. The timing is off, check timing with a timing light after others are remedied. 4. if all the above is correct, possibly a burnt valve or valves?
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Not likely, only the 85 Celica GT-S had the bigger 7.5" differential, check the vin on your firewall and it will probably have the T-code, if it was to have the F-code meaning 7.5" which is the same as the 82-86.0 Celica Supra's had, it would. Not all 85 GT-S's had the F code, so be sure to check your vin for the Diff code.
First thing to do is check the fuel level in the tank and check all the fuses. Add fuel or replace fuses as needed. If it still doesn't start, remove the fuel filter and turn the key on. Fuel should flow from the line. If it doesn't, check for power to pump and if that's fine, replace the pump. If fuel flows, check for fire at the spark plugs. A small checker is avaible at…