Question about 1992 Toyota Celica
Engine check lights on
Sounds like a timing issue. The best thing would be to pull the trouble code from the computer since the check engine light is on. If you do not have access to a code reader then start by checking the timing order and the spark plugs. If these are OK then check the distrubutor cap and rotor. Check the cap for cracks and corrosion. If everything is still good, then you may need a camshaft position sensor if the car has one. If the car is not equiped with the sensor, you may want to find a new or used distributor.
Posted on May 17, 2009
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