I have no fire to the plug wire's from the cap?

Asked by Mar 24, 2017 at 10:33 AM about the 1989 Toyota Camry LE V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have replaced the Cap, Rotter, Plug's, Plug Wire's, Coil, Coil Igniter, Distributter Model, And all the Fuse's as well as Relay Fuse's in the driver side Kick pan as well as under the Hood.

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76,365

Maybe the timing belt is bad, and not turning over the camshaft. Check the timing belt.

2,540

A little history may help with the diagnosis. So what happened. The vehicle was running fine then.......?.

I went to a friends house and the rotter was broken once I got there. I replaced all of those parts then. I had gotten the parts the day before becouse I noticed a sluggish responce in motor and it had not been done for about 60,000 miles before that

76,365

The rotor for the brakes? Or the rotor in the distributor broke? Pull the distributor cap off and have someone turn over the engine and see if the rotor is turning.

the rotor in the distributer turns

76,365

Why did the rotor break in the first place?

2,540

DAVID...did you ever resolve the issue with this vehicle?

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