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1984 Camry DLX 2.0 with EFI has no spark, will not start

Replaced the rotor cap and distributor cap as wqell as plugs and wires already. Still no spark. What is next?

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The coil may have went out.It is mounted inside of the distributor,most of the time you have to replace the distributor,you need to check all fuses first

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Ingition modual inside the distriuteor,then the coil,then if that does do it check your power wire from the battery

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Its a plastic cap and and on its top the sparks wires get connected.A small plastic rotor spins inside the distributor cap, firing each spark plug as it rotates. If the distributor gets faulty there the engine may not perform well. in most cases it has been noticed that only replacing the cap does not helps but with cap the rotors also need to be replaced. The procedure is as follows:--- 1) First of all disconnect the negative battery terminal. 2) Then remove the spark-plug wires . Note:-- Before removing the spark plug wires please note down how and where the wires are connected,then only remove the connections. 3) Then on the distributor there will be a cap.remove that cap.the cap is connected by two pins.you will have to press the pins from each side to loosen the distributor cap.Then lift the distributor cap from the top. 4)Then remove the rotor From distributor The rotor is fitted with two screws.Remove the screws and loosen the rotor. 5) Then lift the rotor out from its shaft. 6) To install new rotor and cap.reverse the procedure. This will help.Thanks.

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