Question about 1994 Toyota Tercel
The car just died. I found #4 spark plug wire off and grounding on the exhaust manifold. I put it back on and there is no spark at any of the plugs. I have power in and out of the coil and I replaced the igniter. What should I try next?
Check your timing belt if is broken cause of your distributor rotor not turning.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
Does it got a distribiter or does is it have a coil pack.I'm thinking an distribiter with 4 spark plug tirminals,I would look into the Ignition Control Module if it has one.I looked at a parts listing for the car and it shows it has one but looked at a Typical Ignition System Schematic and it doesn't show the igniton control module in there.But i would think it is needed to control the spark.I would look into it and see if there is one,if there is i would test it that would be my guess of what's causing no spark.I got a pic of the ignition control module and theTypical Ignition System Schematic for you.
Hope it helps
Ignition Control Module
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
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