no fire on celica

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Asked by Oct 24, 2011 at 03:08 PM about the 2000 Toyota Celica GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

as the post said no fire or fuel will not run on starting fluild

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they are 2 EFI FUSES AND THE FIRST ONE WAS NOT GETTING GOOD CONTACT YOU COULD PUSH REAL HARD ON THE FUSE AND IT WOULD RUN SO I JUST BENT THE END OF THE FUSE A LITTLE WHERE IT WOULD MAKE A GOOD CONNECTION.....THE EFI FUSES SUPPLIES POWER TO THE FUEL PUMP AND OTHER THINGS SUCH AS THE ECU THAT MAKES THE ENGINE FIRE.i WAS NOT GETTING FIRE OR FUEL AFTER FINDING OUT THE FUSE PROBLEM WITH THE FUSE WHICH IS LOCATED UNDER THE HOOD ON THE DRIVER SIDE BEHIND THE AIR FILTER BOX IN FRONT OF THE ECU MY CAR RUNS GREAT..IF YOU NEED MORE INFO ON THIS PLEASE E-MAIL ME AT DAVIDPLUMMER76@GMAIL.COM THANKS HOPE THIS HELPS SOMEONE

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