I have a 92 pick up it has no fire and I just replaced the col and the ignition module what else could make it not fire

Asked by May 05, 2015 at 05:06 PM about the 1992 Toyota Pickup

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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42,855

Bad distributor....Check your rotor. May have done something weird. Also take off cap and have someone quickly hit the key. If the rotor doesn't spin, your timing chain broke.

Thanks could the distributor cap and rotor button be bad and not let it fire

I just look at my dustur it was doing the same thing but befire i spent i bought a new distur and booo MMMM

Ok SORRY ABOUT THAT I BOUGHT A NEW DISTRIBUTOR AND THAT SEEM TO FIX IT

Ok I have a 92 Toyota pickup it has a v6 it not firing what could it be I got new cap and all it still not firing

42,855

Mbaker65, remove cap and have someone hit the key real quick. If the rotor is not turning, your timing belt has broken. You may have checked that already, not sure what you've done. Why don't you list all of the things you have checked, so we can offer other options. Thanks.

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