91 Camry won't start , Just turned off canks fine

Asked by Nov 08, 2015 at 05:50 AM about the 1991 Toyota Camry DX AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Driving and car just cut off, towed home. No spark to plugs  Voltage to
distributor,and ignitor, Coil tested off ohms, replaced  coil. Replaced EFI relay,
and main engine relay , & ignitor , Car sat for a few days and started right up
drove 2 miles coming home shut down again cranks but no start , Sat for a few
days started up ran shortly and cut off

3 Answers


I would check your ECU grounds. Sounds like a ground issue with the ECU or the ECU itself. You can rule out rotor, timing belt, coil, and igniter since the car ran and you have replaced those parts.

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Which coil did you replace. Ignition Coil....OR....pick up coil?


If ECU grounds appear fine, replace the ignition module. You may be able to score one from your local salvage yard or Ebay.

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