do 1994 camry have a coil pack

Asked by Mar 22, 2015 at 01:34 PM about the Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

need to know how to take modules off a 1994 toyota camry and does it have a coil pack

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Do you have a 3.0L- V6 - 1MX FE,....3.0 - V6 1MX FE (that is an aluminum block) or the I4 - 2.2L - 5S 4E? IF it has a distributor, could be coil-on-plug, or maybe look at the main wire in the center of distributor and describe where it leads and what the other end is attached to, what it looks like, or it could be inside distributor, or do you see anything looks like this? Thes are coil-packs

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Some are like this, on 2.2 Crankshaft position and engine RPM input signals are delivered to the ECM by 2 pick-up coils (not ignition coils) in the distributor. I scaled it up as far as possible, click on it

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