There is no spark out of the spark plug wire changed fuel pump and now gauge stays up when I shut key off rebuilt distributor and still not firing it cranks but no ignition

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Asked by Feb 16, 2016 at 11:26 PM about the 1994 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

What else can it be and where are the relays
that belong to that system what else can I
check?

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5,555

Think somehow Power was interrupted...YOUR battery probably most likely is corroded with blue corrosion...someone should take to the cables and posts with a little water and a wirebrush and rag~ put everything back together...check the date on your battery as after 10 years need to be replaced~ are left with a reduced voltage condition...lack of ground can cause your ignition to stop working....so clean the ground...AND the cable that goes to the BLOCK~ that is an important one to restore full power to the electrical system~ we can get you ignition...just have to have some gravy with that turkey~

5,555

GROUNDING....your relays will come back to life if they have decent chassis ground~ take care of that~

If the engine is cranking strong with a no start/no spark.....you might consider checking VOLTAGE to the Positive side of the ignition coil. This will require you to remove the distributor cap and probe the (+) terminal with a 12 volt TEST LIGHT or a DC VOLTMETER. The Ignition key should be in the ON position. The light should come on strong...or...the volt meter should read at least 12 volts DC.

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