I changed my ignition module, i changed my distributor and wires because my old coil had burnt up in my distributor.but the distributor still isnt getting any fire.What may be the problem?

Asked by Mar 03, 2016 at 06:28 PM about the 1990 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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18,810

If coil was burnt most likely it blow the ignition fuse. Check fuse box under hood for any blown fuses.

Thanks for the info...I'm going to check that out right now....I have a96 nissian maxima and everything's brand new with warranty.I just recently bought a new radiator because my old one was leaking..would you happen to know why my radiator smoking a little?

18,810

Are you saying the new radiator is smoking ?

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Yes but it's brand new from AutoZone

18,810

It may just be from being new keep a eye on it. If smoking does not go away would return to auto zone but I think you will be ok.

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