Question about 1988 Toyota Camry
Need to check out that no spark condition. spark at coils? crankshaft position sensor bad? Ignition control module bad? These can be checked at autozone once you pull them.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there is no crank sensor on this vehicles 2.0L. If you have power to the coil, new coil, cap and rotor try this if not done yet>>>Unplug coil power first....Try pulling off the distributor cap, and make sure the rotor is spinning with the cam...If this fails to spin, inspect the entire distributor assembly. If it passes, Inspect all the power circuit and wiring to the dist assembly, if ok possible ecu. i recommend having a mechanic check it out!! Hopefully this helps...please rate...thanks
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
The 630 is not a problem. 335 and 341 are on the cam sensor, which provides timing information for the injector to fire. This is your problem. Check the connection to the cam sensor and also make sure it is screwed in tight. The sensor is under the throttle body as shown in the picture below. It is attached with one bolt and pokes into a hole. If the connection is good and the sensor is attached well, I recommend replacing it. The cost is $45 at autozone.
Posted on Dec 07, 2010
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