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94 toyotq celica gt wont start

A few days ago, as I was driving my car i noticed it wasnt running right. as I pulled out of my driveway and to a stop sign, it seemed like it was going to die. I turned and continued to drive to me destination about a mile from my home. It was driving like a car that was about to run out of gas when I had 3/4th's of a tank. When I got to my destination it wouldnt re-start. I didnt hear any knocking or anything like that it simply was acting like it was running out of gas but i am sure I had plenty. I checked for gas leaks but there was non, I also checked the fuel pump and it was fine. Can anyone help me please??

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  • jfrench513 Jan 21, 2009

    it wont start. acting like the battery was dead but I replaced the it. It has fire. Starter is fine. Sprayed either in the intake and it still didnt start.

  • Toyota Ed May 11, 2010

    Does the car's engine "spin over" faster than it used to?

  • Toyota Ed May 11, 2010

    I think you have timing belt issue.

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I had a broken wire that runs the power from the battery to the fuse box under the hood in my 94 Celica. It had symptoms of a bad battery or alternator. I spliced the wire and haven't had any issue since then.

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