92 2wd 4cyl- Won't start either with key or by rolling and dumping the clutch

Spence Garrett
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Asked by Spence Sep 24, 2012 at 05:08 PM about the Toyota Pickup

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 1992 Toyota p/u 2wd 4cyl. I tried to start it this morning, and it cranked once and died completely. Won't
crank, won't even click. Tried to roll it and dump the clutch to start it and while it turns over it won't fire. It has fuel,
tested battery, fuses and wiring under the hood and all are good. Replaced both the EFI relay and the starter
relay, no joy. Am I right to think the problem is in the ignition switch or is there something I'm missing?

Thanks in advance for your help.

1 Answer

John Patrick Bailey
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i would test the coil before you tear apart to change the ignition switch you might have a bad coil its not getting spark check cap and rotor too for cracks and wear if it wont push start can only be couple reasons no fuel or no spark engines only need 3 things to run air fuel and spark

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