Electrical problem 1995 Toyota Camry

Asked by May 27, 2012 at 02:32 PM about the 1995 Toyota Camry XLE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Electrical problem 1995 Toyota Camry 4 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic  all of a sudden while i was driving the car
shake and stopped and never start again. i change the ignition coil, the rotor and distributer cap but nothing. the
mechanic examine the car and he said there is no electricity gose to the sparking plug. so your help please.

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Did you check the ignition Control Module? I know you said you replaced the coil. The Cam position sensor might be the problem. Here is a link that can give you a better description. http://www.trustmymechanic.com/forum/b1/1995-toyota-camry-2-2l-with-no-spark/6807/

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you may have a broken timing belt - the distributor is cam driven, so it is possible that is why you have no spark. a quick check is to disconnect power to coil, then remove distributor cap and crank engine while checking to see rotor turn.

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Take the cap off and look at the. Coil it's Schould be solid if the coil gets hot and wil Then crack you can see it .its cracked replace it Also cl charging system make sure battery Ends are all clean?,let me know Thank you

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There also two fuses for ingnition Coil fuse is-seperate Pickup is seperate

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Is the ing rotor turning while key is in starter If it turns timing belt is on.obd1. Little box in the engine room Put per clip in te1-e1 in dial box turn key on pos read the blinks on code Will come out 3 blinks then two more Would be po032 Let me know what you find help me find the problem

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