Question about Toyota Corolla
- If it is distributor type ignition system replace the distributor cap, rotor, ignition coil or ignition module from inside the distributor assembly. If it is distributor less ignition system then check the following items:
- Engine coolant temperature sensor.
- Fuse link in the engine bay fuse box.
- All the wires and connectors at the spark plugs.
- Crankshaft position sensor.
- Camshaft position sensor.
- Battery voltage at terminal #1,
- IGF signal (ignition confirmation signal) at terminal #2 with DSO.
- ( IGT) Ignition timing signal) at terminal #3 with DSO.
- Ground at terminal #4.
NOTE: Remove the connector from igniter #1 and see the female connector from the front side. The left most is the #1 and the right most is the #4 pin.
Posted on Dec 06, 2013
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