i have a 1990 auto camry that wont start up. you hear the engine turn but that's it.

Asked by Dec 03, 2013 at 03:58 PM about the 1990 Toyota Camry DX

Question type: General

note: just installed a new battery, gas is below between the E and first key, and i haven't driven it for 7 months

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Put new gas in with a gas can. If u crank for a while and get nothing, make sure your fuel pump is working. Listen for a hum when u turn the key. Take off fuel cap and listen while someone turns the key. Or remove gas line and crank over engine to see if u have pressure. If u have fuel, check for spark. You may have bad coil. Lastly, your timing belt could have let go. Remove distributor cap and see if rotor turns when you hit the key. If not, your timing belt is broken..

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