I have a 2000 Toyota Celica GTS 1.8. I am not getting voltage to the cam shaft sensor. What should I do? Car cranks but will not start. I changed the cam shaft sensor, fuel pump, and fuel sensor. Car stopped working after a new radio system was put in car.


Asked by rwaldmiller Oct 18, 2014 at 05:13 PM about the Toyota Chaser

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

3 Answers


That is the problem,if it had factory radio,and you installed another radio,it set the anti theft device off in your car,which disabled it from cranking,re- install factory radio,and hopefully solve the cranking issue,then go get the proper,module to go with your after market radio,so your car will accept it and crank.


is there a way to turn off the anti-theft device to work around it?

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You can by the module,that has to be installed with aftermarket radio,there is no way to by pass the security,it is built in to the ecm.

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