My 1992 celica gt 2.2l runs great when idling. But lacks power when i take off! Could it be the computer not firing 2 injectors? Help!!!! Ha

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Asked by Nov 20, 2014 at 07:51 PM about the 1992 Toyota Celica GT Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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75,455

I can only assume that the car is misfiring,could be bad plugs,bad injector,s,out of timing,or the car has been ran hot in the past and have a blown intake gasket or head gasket leak.

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I have new plugs, wires, and its timed right ha it did sit for a year thats why i was thinking maybe the injectors ha could the distributor maybe play a role in not getting all the power? Ha

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75,455

Have you replaced the fuel filter,and got all the old gas out of it,this will make it weak running.

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Indeed i did lol

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75,455

Ok ,next thing would be check the distributor,as you said,check cap for crack,s and rotor button,

75,455

All so check the internal coil,and pick up module,in the distributor.

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Thx man my friend just tested the injectors and 2 of them arent getting power so computer? Ha

75,455

Good to know,but the pickup module in the distributor,is what fire,s the injector,s and plug,s.

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Ok thx i really appreciate it ha

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