Toyota tercel 1991 won't start, it shut down running, what could be?

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Asked by Sep 15, 2014 at 08:51 PM about the 1991 Toyota Tercel 2 Dr DX Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hi everyone, my car won't start, i haved
change the wire set, ignition coil, spark
plugs, i haved check all the relays and fuse,
all normal, i took the igniter ( ignition control
module) to autozone and they test it and it
pass, the fuel pump is sending great and i
have spark, what could it be please help,
thanks

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66,525

If it done this while driving,check the timing belt,may be out of time.

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It isn't broken, it doesn't matter? Could it still get out of time?

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66,525

Check it and see if it is loose,if so may have jumped a knocth or two.

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66,525

From what you have done so far,i would think that would be it.

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66,525

You have fuel and fire,timing is the key to bring them together.

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