1994 Toyota Camry stalled and will not start

Asked by Jan 30, 2016 at 07:24 PM about the 1994 Toyota Camry LE Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My car stalled the other night at stop light and I can not get it to restart . I have
full power when I turn key but car will not start. I replaced alternator because I
was told that was problem but after spending $156 it still don't start. I have
never had any problems with car but I do not have tons of $$$ to put into parts
I do not need. Can you help?

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Could be your strater?

1 people found this helpful.

I was told the starter was fine as I thought that at first before I bought the alternator

Clarification. Does this vehicle CRANK OVER...but will not fire up......or....does this vehicle NOT CRANK OVER like your battery is dead?

3,705

When you turn your key on can you hear the fuel pump run ..fuel pump is load schoould .does it have spark at the plugs I worked for Toyota for the past 23 years I no a little about your car I also have one that has 300.000 mile on it runs like new.i do all my own work I also have had. Over 100 cars over the years what's up.we can do this.jist listen .to,me and you don't fix a car buying parts it get expensive real quick only one thing on a car. That's real hard to dianoise that is ecu or theming niter.the rest is ok.now went to a light and just stooped sounds like just off the top of my head could be serval things listen for noise from fuel pump,himmimg noise from rear of car fuel pump. Could have have failed possible listen and let me no please email me and we will go from there.jonathanmurray63@gmail.com

3,705

Hello I'm back is the fuel pump noisy or quiet when key is on.

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