Question about 1993 Toyota Camry V6
My brother tried to clean the engine on my 1993 Toyota Camry 4 cylinders. He poured some water on the engine compartment after the car was hot and then it did not start anymore. I changed the distributor cap, the rotor, and then discovered the coil cracked and changed that too, also changed the spark plugs. In the process I removed the distributor from the car and even though I made a mark to align the distributor back to the original position now when I start the car is having a problem and it does not have the "power" needed especially if I turn the AC on.
If one of the spark plug cables plastic broke in the process right by the tip that meets the plug is that maybe a reason or do I need to mess with the distributor some more.
I had the same problem my car have power so we checked the feul source that goes to the plugs (the fuel filters) and replaced them now it works fine.
Posted on Sep 15, 2008
I think if you replace that plug wire you will fix the issue, but if they are the orig wires I would just go ahead and replace the set
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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