Car won't start... Sometimes
I have a 92 Toyota Camry xle. It was having
a problem where occasionally after a short
drive and shutting it off (or even just
starting and shutting off) it would not turn
over or do anything at all for anywhere from
5 minutes to a few hours. Then all the
sudden it would start like nothing
happened. I did a tune up and the rotor and
distributer cap was all busted up and I
replaced those the wires and plugs and it
stopped.. For about a month.. Now all the
sudden it's back and I have no idea what it
could be. Seems to happen more on cold
and especially rainy days which will be
every day where I live real soon here. Was
thinking maybe fuel pump, fuel injectors or
starter switch but I'm kind bamboozled at
the moment. Any help would be much
Did you change the ignition control module ?
I had the same exact issue on my '95 Camry and my '89 4X4. Since my vehicles were so old, I just ran a push button switch from my ignition wire to my positive battery post and mounted it under the dash. If it wouldn't turn over via the ignition switch, I would just hit my push button and it would fire right up. It's either your ignition control module or your distributor. I would try your local salvage yard for parts. Then hit Ebay or Rockauto.com.
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