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02 camry firing on only 2 cyclinders

My 02 camry has fire on only cyclinders 1and3 no matter which coil pack i put in its place what might be the problem

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Also try the distributor cap and please email me at meanness628@aim.com with any other info or questions

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If 2 and 4 won't fire no matter what coil is there, then you likely have problems with either spark plugs or spark wires. If rotating the coil packs doesn't make a difference, it has to be something that's always "with" those cylinders, which would be plugs and/or wires. A new set of plugs is very inexpensive, and isn't a bad idea, especially if it's been awhile since they were changed. I'd try them, see if it works, and if it doesn't, try swapping spark wires between cylinders (at both ends - undo the wires from the coil AND plug and move them to another cylinder and see if the fault follows).

Posted on Sep 27, 2008

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