Question about 1984 Toyota Celica
Air, spark, fuel,and timing are things you should check. Youve changed the plugs and fuel filter. Try air filter next if you havent already, distributor cap+rotor, and ALL plug wires. This will be the cheapest place to start before looking into a certified mechanic. Also check the timing if you have a timing light. Gap the plugs to manufactures specifications.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
Were the spark plug gaps set properly with feeler gauges if they were put in straight from packet they need to be set to correct gap which could cause miss firing or it is possible the leads were not put back on in correct order and probably a good idea to reset the timing if you do not have a timing light pop into mechanic its a 5min job an honest mechanic at worst would charge you $10 .00 to do timing this would make a huge difference when starting of a morning hope this helps thanks glenn
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