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89 toyota pickup, 4x4 3.0 it will not start, the battery light came on a few days ago, then all the electrical slowly went out. after replacing the alternator and recharging the battery, its turning over great but will not start. the fuel pump is working fine but it doenst seem to be getting any spark, especially after checking the output of coil- no spark. voltage regulator? coil? or??? plez help

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  • c_storefran Dec 21, 2008

    i replace the alternator and the battery in my 1988 toyota camry but it will not stay charged. There is a dead short and i need to know where the wires from the alternator run before they reach the battery

  • O Mclean May 11, 2010

    Look for blown fuses. CHECK ALL THE FUSES AND GET BACK TO ME

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More than likely either the ignition control module, the stator or the pick-up located in the distributor.

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