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

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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?

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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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