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www.autostechpro.com/95-toyota-camry-am2-fuse-blew-due-to-suppres... Hi guys,. 95 Toyota Camy 105,000mi 4 cyl. I had no spark, no check engine light. The distributor did turn, the timing belt was good. The AM2 fuse was blown, ...
This is common about this time on these Camrys. I own three. The AM2 fuse is blowing because a coil, capacitor, or supressor has gone bad in the distributor. To test this disconnect the two wire connectors to the distributor. Replace the AM2 fuse. Turn the ignition. If the fuse doesn't blow. The distributor.
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You might also check the AM2 fuse in the engine compartment fuse box. There is a "noise supression" capacitor inside the distributor that shorted out on my '93 camry. You can replace the capacitor for about $10, but the capacitor is kind of hard to get at. I had to remove the distributor to get at it, but if you are a good mechanic, you can probably repair it in place.
With the AM2 fuse blown, I was getting crank, but no fire.
If this is a stock radio the fault is going to be in the wiring between the fuse and your radio look for damaged wires that can short to ground. You should also make sure nothing is tapped into that circuit (more common in aftermarket radios)