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Does a 2000 toyota cellica have electronic controlled timing

Spark plugs are fired electronically. The type you can use a node light to check. I think it is a ecm system. I think I need to replace my fuel pump but I wanted to check timing first. The Cellica boggs severely when you step on the gas ond can only go 5 miles per hour. BUT if I get on the freeway i can finally get it to get going and it was driving fine at 70 mph. I thought fuel pumps either work or not. Wonder if they can just not put out enough pressure. Check engine code indicates engine running too lean.

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  • david Jan 08, 2013

    Problem turned out to be the Mass Airflow Sensor. Fixed it immediatelly. I am learning a lot about the computer controlled cars. I have not worked extensively on vehicles since they had a distributor cap ald points ect. Thanks for all the helpn Note, I unplugged the Mass Airflow Sensor and the car idled good. And the Brown wire with the White stripe was suppost to be putting out 2.5 volts DC. Had

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Hey Dave,here's a link to the timing.

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Install a new mass air flow meter i own this car ive had this issue with my own and several others

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