I'm having some problems with my Toyota Camry 1994. We have just replaced the Rotor Button and the car is still not starting. Can anyone help?

Asked by May 28, 2014 at 12:35 AM about the 1994 Toyota Camry DX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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9,685

First i need to know what led to replacing rotor button,the more info the better i can diagnose problem.

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3,105

I have a 1993 camry are you getting spark at p If G

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Camry have headlights did some one try to mum start from your car Jumpstrt

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16,665

what did you check (if anything) before going to the rotor . Journey starts with spark and fuel.

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16,665

I think 01bigjon means is your battery any good,check by trying a jumper cable.

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Did you Put the rotor On same way it came off Sorry ipad to ask Look and see of the cap button and spring did not fall out of the center Of the cap please check

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good one bigjon

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Sounds like it's either a bad coil or your fuel pump is shot. Test for good spark first. If you have good spark, I would suspect the fuel pump.

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TopShadeTree asked "Why did you replace button?...Bigjon asked about spark ? and.......I asked what else did you check and asked about spark and fuel?......CattieLouise has NOT RESPONDED EVEN ONCE!!!.......byebye Cattie

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