Cranks up fine in the mourning then when it warms up it stops getting fire then when it cools down for a while it cranks again and does the same thing. I changed the coil and it didnt help I was told it is the dist. module.
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Re: 88 corola 1.6 carb cutts off.
I weould have to agree that one of two problems a bad crank sensor that heat related our a bad ing modugle which is controled by the crank sensor. now heres the kicker there both in the dist. pull the cap off if any oil runs out of the dist replace it, the odds are you need to replace the dist any way. good luck kdc744
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I think you have spent enough money to realize it's time to take it to a certified GM Tech, it can be any number of things, poor ground connection, faulty Power Train Control Module, I believe it is a Module problem because it sounds heat related. I am sorry I can't give more useful advice but these types of problems require tests that over the internet I can't do. Call me if you like 925-459-0571
need more info is it getting fire getting gas remove he air filter and drop some gas down the carb if it starts then it is in the fuelsystem if not check your plugs that they aer fireing rember gas fire timeing and compreshion
p0642 = sensor reference voltage a circuit low voltage p0300 = means random misfire check firing order connections and must be in place. check also cables especially the high tension cable and coils for required resistance. primary = 1.0 to 0.5 ohms secondary = 900 to 11,000 ohms (as requires per model)
Good Evening, you might want to check those injectors, I can not remember for certain but that setup was sequential and when one or two have a problem it would take out the rest. Ohm out the injectors and see what you have there.